How to create a multi-language store in Magento 2, a step by step guide through the entire process. ( Conclusion)

Magento , Posted by on 2019/03/02 4     Comments

In the first part of this post, we had a look at some of the steps which are mandatory in order to create a multi-language store in Magento 2. In this concluding part, we shall complete the remaining steps so that you can create a multi-language store in Magento 2, all by yourself.

Translating Magento 2 Product Descriptions:

Translate Product fields:

The first thing we have to do is to translate the product fields.

In order to do so, go to Products > Catalog, select the product which you want to translate in the grid. Next, open the edit mode and change the Store view to the one which has been newly created. Also, make the required changes in the product fields.

Translating field labels:

The product attributes also need to be translated. Navigate to Stores > Attributes > Product and check the full list of product attributes. Select the attribute in the grid and open the edit mode.

Translating Categories:

The target language should also display the product categories. Make sure you go to Products > Inventory > Categories and translate them.

Also, change the store view to the one which is being configured. As a result of this, all category related content including Category Name, Description etc can be translated.

Go to the section mentioned as ‘Manage Labels’ and paste a translated label for the new Store View.

Translating Magento 2 pages:

In order to make page content available in a new language go to Content > Elements > Pages.

Copy the URL Key of the page which you want to translate, hit the ‘Add New Page’ button at the top of the page.

Next, enter a translated title of the page and fill the other fields. Positively remember to paste the URL key you copied into the SEO section.

Go to the section “Page in Websites”, select the Store View for the new page, save translated page.

Translating Individual Blocks:

There are some page elements which still have not been translated, as of yet. In order to make such page blocks available in other languages, all you have to do is to create them in the target language and assign to the necessary Store Views. Go to Content > Elements > Blocks

In order to translate the ‘Welcome’ message, go to Content > Design > Configuration. Locate the new Store View, grid and switch to the edit mode. Now, move to the ‘Header’ section and expand it. Enter the translated welcome message and save.

Now, trust me you are done. You yourself can safely translate your Magento store into different languages.

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