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Copy the file modules\mod_languages\tmpl\default.php to templates\YOURTEMPLATE\html\mod_languages\default.php to create a template override for the language module. Locate the following line in your template override (aprox. line 32 in Joomla 3.3): <li class="<?php echo $language->active ? 'lang-active' : '';?>" dir="<?php echo JLanguage::...


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Blame Google my man! That's the biggest sniffer in the world, and I bet you any money that due to the fact your site is alive for a few months, it found Swedish articles on it's own and without your intention or intervention, and indexed them already. Now, I don't know how did you organize your content and menus, which sitemaps you added to Google Search ...


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Following Anibal's answer and the link on how to create a module template override or alternative layout... here is a piece of code you could use inside the template file of the languages module. The template of the module is checking for the settings you have defined in the module manager, about how to display the languages. Part of code is like this: ...


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I have a similar setup, but I used the featured articles function. It works if you create 3 menu items. Menu item #1: Your "master" home menu, that one is the feature articles item. Stick it in a hidden menu so no one sees the menu at all appearing anywhere. Set it so it's the default Home item (has the star marked on it). Then make 2 articles, one for ...


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Initial 2014 Solution - Older Joomla 3x versions The issue comes from the mod_languages, because currently it will always check for the component's associations and if it finds them, it will create that url for the page. Although in this case, we might just wanted to use only the association from the menu items for homes and skip the component's ...


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