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joomla core multi language integration

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5 years 4 months ago #39319 by elduderino
elduderino created the topic: joomla core multi language integration
I believe it would be great if IP had the same multi language concept than the core joomla extensions. This will allow to stop depending on 3rd party extension to achieve that.

This should allow to easily manage translation and have the same "admin views/layout" when translating. Client, and myself included, always found weird to have to go in a complete different extension with a different name to translate property or content.
But more importantly, to be able to display properties according to the language selected by visitors.

I know Joomla is taking the "every thing is content" approach which basically means that extension item will be stored in the "_content" table, and each extension will simply "extend" each "content item" with its properties.
Pretty similar if not the same as what CCK FLEXIcontent is doing. It just extend content items with its own properties allowing to have virtually any type of custom field per "content item/article".

I hope my english is clear enough (it's not my mother language).


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