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Drupal 7 Multilingual Sites by Kristen Pol

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Menus

Menus are added to websites so that users can find content easily. We'll need to configure our site menus based on how they are used for each language. A menu might make sense for all languages because it links to language-independent content. Some menus might point to language-specific pages and should only be shown for the associated language. For other menus, the same navigation elements might be appropriate for some or all languages, so we'll need a multilingual menu.

Multilingual menus are not supported by Drupal core, so we will use the contributed Menu Translation module from the Internationalization package. But, before we try the different module options, the following figure provides examples of how we can handle menu items using ...

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