Modules to build sites supporting different human languages

i18n sync field collection

Adoption of i18n sync to field collections within node.

Commerce Restrict Language

Screenshot showing the options added to the configure Language form by the Commerce Restrict Language module.

Restrict commerce functionality per language/locale. Prices can be hidden and/or the cart and checkout disabled. This might be useful if you have a Drupal commerce site but cannot provide full support in certain languages and yet still want to display your products.


Domain Lang

Domain language detection and selection


Domain Lang extends Domain Access module and add ability setup Language detection and selection for every available sub-domain.

After enable Domain Lang module will appears new tab:
where can be setup-ed language detection and selection for requested sub-domain.

Content Translation Associate

Content Translation Associate allows you to link existing nodes together as translations when using the core Content Translation module. This is useful in instances where translations have been created separately, for example from Feeds or Migrate, and need to be related to become discover-able by users.

CKEditor Segments plugin

This sandbox contains code for my Google Summer of Code project.

The CKEditor Segments plugin module complements the TMGMT module. It extends the CKEditor functionality by creating a new plugin for displaying and working with segments. These are based on specific fields of content. To start with, segments will be initially built based on <div> and <p> pair tags.

Fake Path Alias

This project aims to allow multilingual sites to display original, not translated nodes using node alias instead of path source.

You have a multilingual site with 2 languages En and Fr, you have a node in original language with alias /my-first-post. Both node and alias exist for En language, changing language in Fr, node will be accessible only by path source (/node/1), here this module is helping you by handling path and instruct Drupal to use original node alias when original node is accessed in another language.



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