The JoomBri installation package contains support only for English language but other languages may be separately downloaded and installed. This guide shows you how to install other languages with JoomBri Freelance.
Language files shared by our members can be found in our forum. Some languages may not have been fully translated but they are included anyway. Incomplete translations may result in untranslated strings appearing as COM_JBLANCE_THIS_IS_THE_KEY. So if you start seeing strings like this, your translation isn't up to date and JoomBri is using the last-known translation that you have installed on your site. If you find your language in the forum page, you may skip Step 2 & Step 3.
Follow the steps below to translate the extension.
Unzip the JoomBri Freelance component ZIP file (com_jblance_x_x_x.zip) to your desktop.
The above are the two files to be translated. File 1 is for front-end and File 2 contains the back-end language texts.
In this step, you translate the above language files (in English) to your preferred language.
After translating the file, copy File 1 to <root>/language/xx-YY/xx-YY.com_jblance.ini and File 2 to <root>/administrator/language/xx-YY/xx-YY.com_jblance.ini
Refresh the page to see your translated file in action.
In case there are some errors in the language file, you will not see your translation in effect. Instead, Joomla automatically renders your site in English. To troubleshoot this, Joomla has Debug feature comes handy. To enable it,