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Drupal 7 Multilingual Sites by Kristen Pol

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Chapter 4. Configuring Blocks, Menus, Taxonomy, and Views

In the previous chapter, we translated content and looked at core content pages. In this chapter, we'll discuss the standard components of a Drupal site, namely, blocks, menus, taxonomy, and views.

First, we'll start by configuring language-specific and multilingual blocks and menus. Then, taxonomy terms will be revisited using different multilingual options provided by the Taxonomy Translation module. The chapter concludes with creating language-aware views for nodes, comments, taxonomy terms, and users.

Blocks

Modules can provide blocks, or we can create simple ones ourselves. A block should be configured appropriately based on its content. We might have a block that is language-independent ...

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