In this chapter, we will learn about Internationalization in Drupal. Internationalization is a module which lets you create multilingual sites. This way you can display your website in different languages.
Following are the steps for Internationalization −
Step 1 − Click Module from the menu bar.
Step 2 − To get the Internationalization module you must first download and install it in Drupal. Then you must enable the Internationalization module, and click Save Configuration.
Step 3 − Next, you can see a Configure setting on the right side of the page for Internationalization module as shown in the following screen.
Step 4 − Click Configure and you get the following page.
In Languages for content −
Enabled language only − When you check this box, you can only view those languages that are enabled.
All Defined languages will be allowed − Only the defined languages will be allowed, when you check this box.
You can see some tabs on the top right corner of the page −
Multilingual Settings − You can study about multilingual settings in detail in the chapter Drupal - Multilingual Content
Selection − You can select nodes and taxonomy according to language.
Variables − Select variables to be set.
Node Options − Helps you set nodes.
Strings − Helps to change the format of the page.
Once you are done with the changes, click Save Configuration.