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[joomla] adding hebrew dynamically to site

Scott Wolpow scott at wolpow.com
Thu Sep 3 11:27:13 EDT 2009


If the site is a amle site it will need a Bris first. LOL

Will the page have both English and Hebrew in the same area or line?
SW

On 9/3/2009 12:23 AM, Laura Gordon wrote:
> I want to add SOME hebrew to my client's website...in page titles...etc...
>
> I do not want to translate the entire site.  And to make it more 
> complicated, I basicially want to create my 'own language' file, 
> because the Rabbi I am working with may want specific hebrew words for 
> specific english words...even if it may not be a direct translation.
>
> I know I can just create .jpgs for each word and add it to a module to 
> display on pages (or within the content)...but there must be a better way.
>
> For example:
>
> Relgious School...display the hebrew translation next to it.
>
> any ideas?
>
> thanks,
> Laura
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