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Using gTranslate to automatically translate site by default
Aug 19, 2015 11:18 pm by pietrasch
Hi, This question has been asked in variations, but I haven't been able to find a clear answer, so to clarify: I have a joomla site that is in English. I installed the free version of gTranslate. Works great so far! I would like to create a duplicate of the site in another folder -- i.e. When the user goes to that "version" of the site (which is just a copy of the original), I would like it to be translated to french by default, without the user having to change the language. Is there a setting that makes this possible, or some code I can drop in via php or jquery? Thanks!
Re: Using gTranslate to automatically translate site by defa
Aug 20, 2015 2:13 pm by Yana
Hi, It is possible with the GTranslate enterprise version . You should create DNS CNAME record for French and you will see the translated version on . There is no need to create a copy of your website. You just need to create DNS CNAME record whcih will point to our server and GTranslate will automatically translate your website.


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