Getting Started with Translate.js

This document explains how translatable content is collected from the website and how translations are published to our content delivery network.


Check out the supported integrations document for platform specific installation instructions. Many other platforms might be supported too, please contact our support for more information.

Verifying the Installation

Open the web page a few times. You should see a blue notification on your Workspace's Files tab that there's content to be processed. If you see it, the integration is working.

Supported Websites

Translate.js is designed for CMS systems and static web sites that do not have built-in i18n capabilities. Translate.js provides a way to translate any HTML based website easily by just copy-pasting a small piece of code into the website.

Collecting Content from the Website

Textual content is collected when the page is visited by someone who has access to update the content. Content update is triggered only through those browsers which have visited your Get Localization Workspace. So if you are using multiple browsers, make sure to log in to your Workspace from each of them. Also if you wish to add more users, you can do so from the user manager.

When the script is working and collecting content, it's automatically imported to your Workspace after a while. If there's content to be processed in the queue, you will see a notification about it on the Files tab.

Publishing translations

From Workspace you can publish the latest translations to your website. Simply navigate to Files and look for the language you wish to publish in the Translated Files section. Then simply click Publish.

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