one of the big value-adds for my site will be the multilingual component. Luckily, i only have to deal with english and spanish. going to blog a bit about what i’m doing to make this work.
the following is directly from drupal.org. it’s so handy for this that I just copied and pasted it. credit for it goes to: Created by luco on September 3, 2011.
You’ll need the latest version of each of the following modules. If there isn’t a stable release, don’t worry. It’ll still work for the purpose of this tutorial.
- Chaos Tools
- Internationalization Views
- Localization update (l10n_update)
Optional, but handy
- Administration Language
- Administration Menu
- Demonstration site (Sandbox / Snapshot)
- Module Filter