Managing interface translation using Locale

Drupal provides excellent options for translating its interface, with a wide range of languages already implemented; however, the translations are often not complete. Using the translation interface, it's possible to add the missing translations, and also to modify any translations that you might find unsuitable or incorrect. In this recipe, we will take a look at the translation interface provided by Drupal's Locale module and apply a change to an existing translation from the French language file.

Getting ready

To complete this module, you will need to have enabled the Locale module in the Drupal core, and installed the French language file. See the preceding recipe for instructions on how to do this. ...

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