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Joomla is very powerful for making multilingual websites. However, if you only need a few pages and features to appear in different languages, there is a way to do so without having to translate your whole site.

 

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  • The speaker discusses creating a multilingual section in a Joomla site without translating the entire site.
    - They mention using a tool called ReReplacer from Regular Labs, including the Pro version.
    - ReReplacer is used to find and replace text in articles and on the website.
    - The speaker demonstrates how to replace text using ReReplacer, including translating "remember me" to Spanish.
    - They create a unique login module for Spanish-speaking users.
    - The speaker also mentions using Community Builder for login.
    - They create a page with the Spanish login module embedded.
    - The speaker demonstrates how to replace "forgot login" with its Spanish equivalent.
    - They explain the purpose of this approach for creating multilingual sections within a website.
    - The speaker emphasizes the flexibility of ReReplacer for translating content on a Joomla site.

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