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The objective of this project is to translate the brochure text into different languages so they can be used for brochures and marketing purposes.
 
The objective of this project is to translate the brochure text into different languages so they can be used for brochures and marketing purposes.
  
Please use the [[Joomla_brochure/EN|English Joomla brochure]] as template for other languages, translate to your language.
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Please use the [[Joomla_brochure/en|English Joomla brochure]] as template for other languages, translate to your language.
  
 
The naming convention for these pages is <tt>Joomla brochure/<ISO language code>-<ISO COUNTRY CODE></tt>, where the language code is lowercase and the country code is uppercase. Pages for languages that are not localized to a country should be named <tt>Joomla brochure/<ISO language code></tt>.
 
The naming convention for these pages is <tt>Joomla brochure/<ISO language code>-<ISO COUNTRY CODE></tt>, where the language code is lowercase and the country code is uppercase. Pages for languages that are not localized to a country should be named <tt>Joomla brochure/<ISO language code></tt>.

Latest revision as of 08:45, 26 November 2011

This is a placeholder for the Joomla brochure project.

The objective of this project is to translate the brochure text into different languages so they can be used for brochures and marketing purposes.

Please use the English Joomla brochure as template for other languages, translate to your language.

The naming convention for these pages is Joomla brochure/<ISO language code>-<ISO COUNTRY CODE>, where the language code is lowercase and the country code is uppercase. Pages for languages that are not localized to a country should be named Joomla brochure/<ISO language code>.

Available language pages: