As alternative you can use 3'rd party extensions like Falang or JomFish.
|Before you start, disable or clear your cache to be sure no interference will appearensure JomDirectory using the latest data. Finally, if you use any SEO plugins (JoomSEF, Sh404SEF, SEOSimple, MijoSEF)|
|Your's language means e.g. Spanish, French or whatever languages language you are using. These steps needs need to be followed for every new language you configure.|
Install your language pack
Since we want Joomla to generate language-specific strings on our site (and even on our backend if we want to), we first have to install the (Your's) language packone or more language packs. (After installation, the new language will appear under Extensions > Language Manager. It shows up both under the tabs Installed – Site and Installed – Administrator.)). For more information on installing language packs, check out https://docs.joomla.org/J3.x:Setup_a_Multilingual_Site/Installing_New_Language.
Filter a specific language
- Extensions > Plug-in Manager > click System – Language Filter
- Status: Enabled
- Menu associations: Yes
- Click Save & Close
|When a visitor of to your site is looking at your English listings, by switching to the (Your's) another language (see A Language Switch Module), Joomla will know that you still want to see the Directory Listing, but in Your's a different language. (If you don’t use menu item associations, Joomla will send the user to the homepage what’s which is not exactly something we want to happen.)|