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problem when changing from pagebuilder

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problem when changing from page builder


I try to change language and I get an error, I have tried several times I want to change to Spanish language

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Paul Frankowski - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hola,
Hmmm... I have never seen this issue before.

Can you make a screenshot from what setting you have an error, step before error page

vanesa

More than a month ago #Permalink
the error came out differently now! what I did is go to pagebuilder to install Spanish language (I had not installed it previously) then in options of the page change the language ... when entering the web I get a page not found ... it seems to me that the previous error no longer quit because you already install the language

Paul Frankowski - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Page not found means -- that you have to assign pages and menu to correct language version.

Read / Watch tutorials how to set multilingual in Joomla.

vanesa

More than a month ago #Permalink
I do not want multilanguage only Spanish equal ??? Anyway try to do the tutorial nose because I do not leave the languages ​​to choose and install ... I insisted with the tutorial and download from the page joomla Spanish language great now I continue with the turorial and I do not have the system not contained within pluging

attached image of the tutorial those plugin I do not have them

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Paul Frankowski - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
First, you have to install Spanish for Joomla itself.

There no guides in Spanish about Joomla on youtube? I cannot believe.

vanesa

More than a month ago #Permalink
there are porsupiesto videos but all the procedure goes well ... to me particularly not ...:(

I want to change the language of pagebuilber to spanish I have the soccer template ... video of that there is no

Paul Frankowski - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Ok, again...

1) First, install Spanish translation for Joomla.
2) Set Spanish as the default language for content.
3) Then, if you don't need other languages, please disable a plugin: System - Language Filter
4) Inside Langauge manager, you can disable French, but keep English (!)

Then you should have Spanish Joomla, at least mostly translated.


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