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10/31/2014, 04:32pm
The need to translate sites to other languages continues to increase with each passing year. Businesses seeking expansion in new markets are incorporating additional languages to their sites as a way to further drive growth. Developers in the Drupal community recognized this shift and have taken action.
 
The following questions arise when one begins the process of internationalizing a website: Do we have to override everything in the additional language(s)? Is there a way for citizens of other countries to have the whole configuration and administration of Drupal in their language? Is there any support for their language? If so, what does this translate? Only Content? GUI? Both? How can this best be achieved?
 
Luckily, Drupal has the ability to expand its core benefits using modules. Modules are a very powerful tool that allows Drupal users and developers to add new functionality to...

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