With over 70 languages available, Joomla makes it easier than ever to create and manage a multilingual website without installing various third-party extensions. They even offer a tutorial which shows a thorough walkthrough of all the steps you need to take to develop a multilingual website using Joomla. If you outsource a project to Nestack, you can take advantage of all these benefits.
Joomla’s new multilingual associations feature makes it more simple than ever to create and manage multilingual sites. They also include an all-new Multilingual Associations Component to translate all of your content from one interface. Third-party extension developers can prepare their extensions for integration with this feature too.
The biggest bonus in this new language management tool is the fact that the content language is created automatically during installation of a new language package now. This means that all you have to do is click “Publish”. What’s more, you can edit your translated content easily by selecting the language icon and editing and clearing your associated item in the associations tab.
Thanks to the Multilingual Associations feature, it is far easier to manage multilingual sites than it was with Joomla 3.7. The Multilingual Associations Component makes it incredibly easy to translate your content from one interface.
This tool lets you perform side-by-side edits on associated items without going back and forth between them. For example, you can create items in several languages and associate them later. This is done via the side-by-side view backend screen which lets you edit items after picking a reference item. This lets you switch the target and apply changes all at once, and preserves existing associations while creating new ones as you go.