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    Multi-Language Menu Helix3 HelixUltimate JoomShaper

    While implementing a multi-language Joomla!® website, having a different menu for each language is as easy as set every language menu module to the same position and they will be shown/hiden as required depending on the current language of the site and the language each module/menu is asigned to.

    Despite the above, JoomShaper Helix3 and JoomShaper Helix Ultimate can't be approached on that way, because they do not use a module position to create their menus, but a direct reference to a menu. So, let's see how to solve this issue with both popular templates by JoomShaper.

    Why Joomla! | An exhaustive analysis | By Magnus Arebalus

    If you are serious about your intentions to web incursion, either for a personal or commercial project, I would advise you to take advantage of Joomla features which overcome any other options available in the current market.

    There are tons of techie articles about why some software is better than another, but for the common user, they have a little or none sense. Thus, in this exhaustive analysis, I'll include the bare bone basics, in order to people that still have not got fully involved on website tasks and decisions, get an idea of what is this all about. Aiming to provide the readers with the objective and well-sustained information, to help them to take the best decision for themselves and their websites.

    For advanced users, this analysis certainly will get interesting until the benefits of Joomla are discussed. So, if this is your case, you can jump to that section.

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