I have a default Node for English, which will be translated when user logs in based on the user locale. Beside I need to create a separate node for ja(Japanese) like (mydomain.com/node/7).

I created a node(nid=7) by changing the 'Language neutral' to 'Japanese' language. when I hit the node it not gets translated to Japanese.

Is there any way to get it translated?

  • which version of durpal you are using? – Yuseferi Dec 24 '13 at 6:32
  • do you using webform module? – Yuseferi Dec 24 '13 at 7:19
  • yes am using webform module – user24393 Dec 24 '13 at 7:20
  • any idea on this issues? – user24393 Dec 24 '13 at 10:05
  • unfortunately I don't have installed drupal 6 and cant test. my first idea was about your mistake configuration.:( – Yuseferi Dec 24 '13 at 10:21

I think maybe your problem is because mistake configuration of translation

Enable translation support for a content type

  • Navigate to the Content types administration page (Administration > Content > Types in Drupal 6, or Administration > Structure > Content types in Drupal 7).
  • Select a content type you want translated, and select "edit", then "Workflow settings" for Drupal 6 or "Publishing options" for Drupal 7.
  • At the "Multilingual support" section, select "Enabled, with translation". Be sure to save each content type after enabling multilingual support.
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  • Thanks for your response. I'm using drupal 6. As per you suggestion i saw in admin area. it shows default webform which is enabled with multilingual support.so any other area should i change? pls help – user24393 Dec 24 '13 at 7:15

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