I support an existing site that contains a multilingual section. We have a link to this section on the homepage and it just consists of some basic pages. Now I have been asked to incorporate one of our existing content types into this section (i.e. Content Type A - English, Content Type A - Spanish). The node/add form and the node display pages all need to be in Spanish. I also need to be prepared to support additional content types, additional languages, etc.
So I'm experimenting with the Locale and Internationalization modules. The problem I'm having is that it seems to be designed for an entire multilingual site. I need the site to remain an English site. For example, when an anonymous user creates a spanish node, the user is returned to homepage: www.example.com/es. The homepage is not going to be translated. User should be returned to www.example.com. I also noticed all of the links on www.example.com/es include the es prefix in the path.
Question(s): Is this the right approach to a multilingual section? If so, is there a way to configure Drupal to understand that www.example.com/es, www.example.com/es/mypage, etc. do not exist?