Hi there
I am trying to create a multilingual site and to translate the "Site name" and "Site slogan"
I have installed the "variable" module and internationalization and enabled them including the "menu translation" and "content translation"
I cleared the cache and looked for the "variable tab" in configuration -> Regional and language -> Multilingual settings but it's not there.
I see only the "multilingual setting" , "Selection" , "node options" and "strings".

Any idea why the variable tab is not displayed?

I am using Drupal 7.30

Thx
Yanivra

Comments

emena’s picture

Hello,

In drupal 6 you must add variables to default.php.
May be it's the same in drupal 7
EM

*
* This is a collection of variables that can be set up for each language when
* internationalization (i18n) is enabled. These are the basic ones for Drupal
* core, but you can add your own here.
*/
$conf['i18n_variables'] = array(
  'site_name',
  'site_slogan',
  'site_mission',
  'site_footer',
  'anonymous',
  'menu_primary_menu',
  'menu_secondary_menu',
);
Jaypan’s picture

It's not the same in Drupal 6.

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Have you tried accessing the path directly? Maybe uninstall and re-install the variable module.

yanivra’s picture

I played with it and uninstall and install. It didn't help but then i have noticed the "Variable translation" in the modules list.
I checked it and it worked
Thx all
yanivra