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I am creating a multilingual site and need the help of friends to an issue that has not found the answer. I followed the "Tutorial - Building a multi-language site" and used the first option to translate the menu.
DISCLAIMER: The content provided for the second language, does not meet 100% of the content available to the first language (in the first language I have local content, like articles and news that are not available for the second language).
Thus, only part of the contents of the first language is translated into the second language.
For the creation of the front page for the first language, I created a page (admin/build/pages) and I made available content through views. This page is named "home" and was set to homepage.
For the creation of the front page for the second language, I followed the previous procedure. I created a new page, offering different content (only that which is translated into a second language) and saved with the name and address: language/home.
As the contents of the second language is less than the first language, the columns layout is different between the front pages.
When I access the homepage of the second language appears the entire contents of the first language without any translation and with all the content available on the front page of the first language.
Thus, I must know how to customize a home page for each language on the website.
Can you help me?