On the following website http://bit.ly/T4nEtL you can see on the bottom of the page. Which language this is, and also you can choose a other language.
How do I remove these both items? As the menu in the header is enough?
.... this seems to be coming from the translation module.
Have a look in the config of that module.
This icon at the bottom of the content part - is coming from the node to indicate that this page also exists in English / Dutch.
You should also be able to remove it through the style sheet style.css and there should be some theming files in the translation module.
Firebug or similar in your browser (firefox, rtc.)will reveal to you the class / id.
Here it reads out as - class=translation-link.
-----------Good luck .....
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I did not find it in the style.css, I used 4 modules to get the translation working =>
variable, translation_overview, languageicons, i18n.
I did not find any language files concerning these modules. Will it be hard to remove this?
... you would not find it in styles.css - you could only remove it in there.you need to find the theming files prob. under translation_overview.
Well, I just googled for it - sure it is hard to find if you do not know what to look for - when you do the answer is right there.
Try this in google "remove translation icon drupal"
You should find this - http://drupal.org/node/368997 - I did not study the answers - but they should get you going.
Are you using something like firebug? - it's essential - it will help you to find where to look and what to look for. The development module will also be useful.
And - always clear the cache - browser and in Drupal.
Thanks, it was easyer then thought.
1 you can make it invisible within drupal with content types - pages - ..
2 In the module configration you can hide translation links.
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