Mosaik internationalization

If you are working on a multilanguage website, and you want to use Mosaik, you'll surely need to enable i18n_mosaik.
Traslating a Mosaik is ... (please don't say "really similar" again!!)... easy!! :D

Just look at these screenshot:



So..that's all you need to know about Mosaik.

Setting OG and i18n contexts

Out-of-the-box contexts

A major component of localizing content is to be able to set language and other contexts so that your Views, blocks, and other data may be country and language aware.

Out of the box, for a multilingual site you can visit:


And for OG you can visit:

/admin/config/group/context (requires OG Context module)

To set the types of context providers you wish to use, along with priorities. IP-detection modules also extend the list of options for multilingual options.

Date Formats and Exposed Filters

Date formatting – the order of day, month, and year – is important to many websites. However, getting date formats working correctly with Views’ exposed filters can take a bit of administrative work.

The following modules should be installed and enabled:

Migrating from static HTMLs with i18n

Some key points in migrating static HTML pages to Drupal 7 with the full i18n (Internationalization) features incorporated are described.

Drupal's i18n feature is powerful and has a great flexibility. However the flip-side of the coin is it is not that easy to understand how it works, partly because it heavily depends on your configuration. Also, it may not match well the suffix-based language negotiation by the Apache server for the static HTML pages, and so the migration of such static HTML sites to Drupal is not quite straightforward.


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