Multilingual websites

Content editors

Editing the content of multilingual websites

Translating content using external services

Translate pages using machine translation or send page content through an automated process to translators or external agencies.


Setting up multilingual websites

Configure your websites to use multiple languages and learn how to set up default cultures for users and visitors.

Setting up a multilingual user interface

Enable and configure multiple languages for the Xperience administration interface.

Configuring translation services

If you want to translate your website content and localization strings using translation services (for example, Google Translate), you first need to configure the services.


Setting up culture detection

To display multilingual content on MVC sites, developers first need to make sure the functionality that detects the requested culture for visitors is properly set up and/or implemented.

Localizing content

Learn how to display content in multiple cultures on the pages of your MVC site.

Developing custom translation services

If the default translation services provided in Xperience are not enough, you can integrate with any other translation services.

Translating content via REST

You can utilize a REST service to retrieve and submit translations.

Customizing XLIFF export for translations

Customize the XLIFF files that are used for exporting and importing translation data.