Add multilanguage support to Joomla site

Recently I’ve added multilanguage support to my Joomla site (Shall We Learn)

 

I was able to do so by following the following two resources:

1. Step-by-step documentation from Gavic Pro

http://www.gavick.com/documentation/questions/configuration-multilanguage-site-with-joomla-1-7/

2. Tutorial from Joomla YouTube Channel

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