After enabling the Multi-Language setting, you will see a dropdown option with each multi-language field to translate text.
INPUT FIELD (title/slug/description etc.) TRANSLATIONS If any field is not translated, the application will load the content from the modules (e.g. listings) table. This information will be shown in the default language field (language set under Settings->Settings->Main Settings tab). If the default language is set to French, then all the entered information will be displayed in the French input field only. The user has to enter information separately in the English input fields to view the title/slug etc.
Creating a new language means you will have to translate all of the text for GoCliy front-end, back-end, modules, etc. using the default English strings.
You can also translate language files manually using Google Translate.Note: Google Translations are not fully correct, always verify the translated strings after translation. Some of the translated strings may have % s or % d in the files. Do not remove these words, remove the extra space betwen % and s/d.
GoClixy provides a facility through which you can set your own text strings in the default URLs. There is a particular file where you can handle all these. The file is located at application/language/english/routes_lang.php. You can also modify it manually through the Admin panel via Developer->Translate->Routes/Permalinks tab.
For example, a category URL is displayed by default as follows:
http://YOUR DOMAIN NAME/category/business-professionals-services-2
This will change the URL to:
http://YOUR DOMAIN NAME/categorie/business-professionals-services-2
You can also change all routes to other languages with a single click. Select a language from the Translate To dropdown field and click the Translate button.
For example, to modify Postcode text to Zipcode, go to Developer->Translate. Chose language and click the Select button. Click application_lang.php file, search and replace Postcode with Zipcode and click the Save button.
GoClixy has several modules and each of them has its own language file. Finding a file containing a specific text string is difficult sometimes, so we have added a feature called Find and Replace to simplify the search operation. Let us find a text string e.g. policy-business-directory-script.
GoClixy comes multilingual out of the box: there is one default language, and many more are available to download.
The "Settings->Languages" page manages the languages you will see in your back-end and your directory. The page displays the languages already installed on your directory website, along with some information: ISO code, language code, date format, RTL and status. You can enable or disable a language by clicking on the label below the "Status" column.
If your language is not on the list, you can add a new one through the Add Language option.
Once your language is saved and enabled, you can import its language pack.
By default, all language's alphabets are not allowed in the search and the title for security reasons. You must manually add them to the whitelist to allow the user to search in a language with specific characters.