php – big website best way to create a multi-language?

I am working on a final university project, such as an administration panel with a lot of visualization and process, and a requirement is that it is necessary to support several languages. Spanish English.

The project is based on: https://adminlte.io/blog/free-admin-panels

and the web server is LAMP, it doesn't use php framework, it uses pure php, html, javascript, jquery, mysql.

https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=large+web+site+best+way+to+create+a+multi-language%3F

but I think this website is too big to use translations normally, any suggestions?

I am aware that the question is subjective, but there are so many options that when I go to see it, it remains to be for simple things and not by an Administrative System, the other drawback is that the screens consulted are handled by ajax, they are supposed to translate from the server (executed by php).

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The operation codes can be divided into two parts: addressing mode and the actual operation. For the compact code, these could probably be organized into functions and placed in the cases according to which they are necessary. I'm not sure if writing each one separately would be much more efficient, even if it makes the code bigger.

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I am using Google Analytics for a multilingual website. Recently I began to delve into the data of page views and found something really peculiar. My page visit data, as well as unique visitors, have been quite stable for the past two years, at least this is what I thought. For ALL the different filters and ways of analyzing my page views, I get this data and this distribution of page views during the last 2 years. Sorry for the Swedish words, but you just need to see the distribution and the numbers.

Common view of my page view data

However, when I click on "Add segment" and, for example, I add "Mobile" to the data, I get this distribution:

Distribution when I add a segment

As you can see below the graphs, the total number of page views and other data is more or less the same, but not exactly the same (which in some ways is interesting), but the distribution is quite different when we look at the blue area here, which is "All segments". It should be the same as the top one, since I've only added a subset to the chart.

This paints a different picture of how the website is working (that is, much worse this year than last year). I have seen a decrease in advertising revenue that could imply that the latter is more relevant, but it is not a very good measurement.

Another interesting thing is that I use exactly the same settings for other website translations (but with different Google Analytics IDs) and I don't see any discrepancies there.

Why is there a discrepancy between the two graphics, just because I add "Mobile"? Most importantly, which one is the most relevant?