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Joomla 3 multilanguage manager and SEFtranslate 1 Year, 5 Months ago Karma: 0  
Hi, my question: does seftranslate work with Joomla 3 Multilanguage-sites? I want to use seftranslate for kunena-forum. the latter is set to language all, the rest of the site is trilingual with joomla-internal language-management. Does this work?

Thank you and best regards,
Daniel
 
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Re:Joomla 3 multilanguage manager and SEFtranslate 1 Year, 5 Months ago Karma: 53  
Hello,

Thank you for your question.

Sef Translate - Joomla translation extension works (translating) with HTML. It doesn't matter what the site you have - 3 Multilanguage-site or not. Sef Translate Joomla translation component allows to manually translate any part of the content of your site from Sef translate Joomla admin area. Sef Translate Joomla translation component will work on any Joomla website.

And what about your users? How they will navigate on website with Sef Translate and your Joomla Multilanguage-site. Note, You can check also free version with limited function and test it.

ordasoft.com/sef-translate-joomla-transl...ate_Manager_Editions

Best Regards,
Taras
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Re:Joomla 3 multilanguage manager and SEFtranslate 1 Year, 5 Months ago Karma: 0  
Hi Taras,

thank you for your quick answer.

SEFtranslate would just be active for Kunena and Joomla language module for all other pages => SEFtranslate and Joomla language wouldn't run together on the same page.

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Daniel
 
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Re:Joomla 3 multilanguage manager and SEFtranslate 1 Year, 5 Months ago Karma: 53  
Hello, Daniel
Yes, all possible. You can use Sef Translate - Joomla translation extension for Kunena and Joomla language module.
Select PRO Commercial editorial and get all Basic+Pro features +

URL manager
Editing of translated page
Free Support
ordasoft.com/sef-translate-joomla-transl...ate_Manager_Editions

If you will have any questions, please ask.
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Taras
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Re:Joomla 3 multilanguage manager and SEFtranslate 1 Year, 5 Months ago Karma: 0  
Hi Taras, thanks

I have commercial pro version. Need some help as i can't enable editing of translations. Tried to do what i've found in help-tab in com_seftranslate but no success. I'll get you the necessary information by your contact form.

Looking forward for a quick reply.

Best regards,
Daniel
 
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Re:Joomla 3 multilanguage manager and SEFtranslate 1 Year, 5 Months ago Karma: 53  
Hello, Daniel

Give us please - link on website, FTP and admin access and describe your problems in details and we will help you.

FTP and admin access You can send to our contact form.
ordasoft.com/About-us/OrdaSoft.html
Joomla Admin

username
password


FTP

FTP host

FTP username

FTP password

Thanks,
Taras
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