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I am using Locale to translate content and menus.

Despite that, even when viewing a page in Spanish, the "Home" link in the breadcrumbs does not change to "Inicio".

What can I do to fix that?

I have attempted to create a node called "Home", translate it to be called "Inicio" and then changed the url to the homepage in the Configuration > Site Information but have still not had any success.

Is there a possibility to fix this without an additional module and a ton of re-configuring?

Thank you.

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  • Have you customized breadcrumbs in template.php? If yes, then check if "Home" is written in t() function. Apr 14, 2016 at 6:08
  • What version of Drupal? What contrib modules (if any) were used to construct breadcrumbs?
    – oksana-c
    Apr 14, 2016 at 11:51
  • Thank you for the response. @VishalPatil - I have not customized Breadcrumbs at all in the template.php file (The only function I have is for custom page--**.tpl.php")
    – AndrewMRiv
    Apr 14, 2016 at 16:05
  • Thank you for the response. @oksana-c - I am using Drupal 7 (7.43). I have not used any other modules with it. Simply whatever was generated by default. I assume it is taking Breadcrumbs from the Main Menu. I am not sure if it means anything that my template is a sub-theme based on Zurb Foundation 5.
    – AndrewMRiv
    Apr 14, 2016 at 16:07
  • Go to "Translate strings" interface, search for "Home" and translate all untranslated instances of that string /admin/config/regional/translate/translate. See if that fixes you issue w/ breadcrumbs
    – oksana-c
    Apr 15, 2016 at 9:47

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Navigate to "Translate strings" interface in "Regional and language" admin section (/admin/config/regional/translate/translate).

Search for "Home" and translate all untranslated instances of that string. This should fix the issue with translation of default breadcrumbs.

Useful tip: strings search is case sensitive, so make sure you enter your strings as they appear in html source (this condition gets easily overlooked).

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