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  1. multilingual website

    Hi there, Im have a simple website, for SOHO business, with just a couple of few static pages. Id like to have several translated versions of my site: instead of creating new copies of each page, with a translated version of each content, meaning I would have to reload all pages and images each time id click a page (slowing down the site's performance)... I was wondering if I could just use: 1) some JS hard-coded lines, such as document.getElementByID("targetContent") and innerHTML ="translatedContent" to change tagged content(s). 2) a SQL table with my translated content, and retrieve these values into the related content areas. 3) any other option Id like to know your opinion about best practices. Txs.