Chapter 3. Working with Content

In the previous chapter, we set up a test site, translated our interface, and configured general system settings to support multiple languages. Now we will start our content translation process!

The first part of this chapter focuses on nodes. We'll work with the node translation method which creates multiple nodes, and the field translation method that uses one multilingual node. We will look at examples and use cases for both methods.

After our nodes are translated, we'll configure non-node core entities (comments, users, and taxonomy terms) using field translation. The chapter concludes with a quick look at built-in Drupal content pages, namely the default home page, taxonomy term pages, and search.


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