PREREQUISITES: To use the Translations service, you must have Enterprise Sitefinity CMS license. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Translations service helps you automate the process of translating your content items, pages, and templates. Using this service, you can easily send multilingual content directly to external translating agencies.
Depending on the translation agency you work with, you can:
NOTE: XLIFF is industry-standard file format for exchanging localizable data.
For more information, see Setup connectors to translation services.
RESTRICTIONS: The Translations module has the following restrictions:
You can automatically send for translation the following content:
NOTE: When you send a page or page template for translation, the content in this page or template is not sent to the translation service. You need to translate the content separately.
EXAMPLE: If you have a page that displays a news item, you must send to translation separately the news item from the News module and the page.
The only case when content is sent together with a page or page template is when you have a Content block on the page that is not shared. If it is a shared content block, you must send it for translation from the Content blocks module.
You cannot automatically send for translation the following content:
You can translate these content types manually. For more information, see Manually translate content and media.
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