NOTE: If you have added more than six language translation, on Pages page the system displays only the first six language icons. To view all created languages, click More translations… link of the respective page. To display all languages for all pages, click Show all translations link in the upper-right corner of the page.
For each page, languages are displayed in the following way:
To display back only the first six translations, click Basic translations only… of the respective page or, if you have expanded all translations of all pages, click Show basic translations only link in the upper-right corner of the page.
NOTE: Before you create a page in a different than the default language, you must have added this language in the settings of Sitefinity. For more information, see Languages settings.
For more information about creating a new page in different languages, see Create a page.
The system displays pages that exist in multiple languages in the following way:
NOTE: In Languages dropdown box in the right pane, English is selected.
NOTE: In Languages dropdown box in the right pane, español is selected.
The pages that appear inactive have no translation in the language, selected in Languages dropdown.
NOTE: Different language translations of one page can be in different statuses and can be at a different stage in the lifecycle workflow.
For more information about synchronizing translations, see Translate an existing page » Step 3.
For more information, see Content lifecycle and workflow.
NOTE: The content items, which are displayed on the page, can also have language translations. When a content item exists in different languages, each translation is displayed with its respective page translation.
For example, a news item in Spanish is displayed in the News widget in the Spanish version of the page, the English news item is displayed in the English version of the page. If the French translation of the page contains the News widget, but there is no French version of the news, the widget does not display anything. For more information, see Translate content items and taxonomies.
To switch between different language translations in the public part of your website, you must add and configure the Language selector widget to the page.
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