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Change language (multi-language site)

I Live in Thailand and people who came to my site mostly Thai but I want to create eng page and make people choose what they want.

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    Happiness Officer
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    Thanks for your patience! We created a video tutorial to show you how to create a multi language site using our page clone feature and external links. Hope it'll be helpful! 

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    Matthieu Gudefin
    This is really not convenient ! What about the domain issue ? Honnestly this is really bad...
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    Jason Brents
    A way to make multiple languages for your site the same way Strikingly's website functions.
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    merab phutkaradze
    inkhroli translation mobile, which employ 1 billion people, which the world economy will grow by 10% ank you help me do this proekti
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    Keaton Roberts
    Multi-language support.
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    Felipe Plets
    Any plans on this? I have same issues as Emmanuel. In my case, I have 3 landing pages and need it translated for 3 different languages, in a total of 9 Pro sites.
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    Diego
    Any plans to provide native support for this instead of a hacky work-around?
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    Emmanuel Jarri
    Angela Ognev, thanks for your reply. And thanks for this great product ! I managed to do it with a contact section, and I put flag images with links. BUT, there is still the issue about the number of sites we can have even for the Pro version !! Speaking 3 languages, it seems natural to me to have a website in English, French, Spanish, and German for exemple. So, in this case I feel really frustrated that I have ONLY 3 published sites with domains in the Pro version ! To me, in the situation of multi-languages (which are basically the same websites !) It seems "unfair" to be able to have only 3 sites ! (or to pay 24$ each to have more). Wouldn't it be possible the 3 sites as "real", "main" sites, and to have 5 SUB DOMAINS included for each "real" site (maybe just on demand to you, to prevent malicious users who would put different sites in the same domain) It seems a good deal to me. Please let us know if you can really use Strikingly for multi-languages sites. Many thanks again for your great product, Kind regards, Emmanuel Jarri
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    khar.khar
    Multilanguage will be nice!
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    Angela Ognev
    We recommend copying your site, and changing the language of the other, then linking them to each other using the external links section. Let me know if you need help! Limited and Pro users should connect their pages to sub-domains such as en.domain.com and th.domain.com etc. Pro users have a custom code section-- let us know if you want to make your external links a different color! If you want more customization, such as adding clickable flags, we can do that for a charge. support@strikingly.com See more at http://support.strikingly.com/knowledgebase/articles/276844-multi-language-translations
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    Jp

    Multi-language option is necessary. My client is an international business with inquiries from all over the world and without the multi-language feature I will lose my bid. At least make it easier to insert the google translator tab into the website if you do not plan to translate, the footer is not a good place for visibility.

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    毅 林

    I will to charge if Multi-language feature to fix. otherwise next time to cancel a this service

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    Gustavo Tupinambá

    Hello, I also need to have multi-language and would like to use it at the same domain.

    My english site is at our domain www.bratusnaturalcapital.com and I would like to add a portuguese version at www.bratusnaturalcapital.com/PT-Br and a spanish version at www.bratusnaturalcapital.com/ES

    I don't mind using the duplication tool although it is quite ridiculous, but I need to use the same domain for all websites. Could you please help me accomplishing this?

    Thanks for your support,

    Gus

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    Gustavo Tupinambá

    Another thing, if you could share the code (to paste like you show on the video) which adds the buttons with the flags, I would appreciate. I am not a coder, and not having to be a coder was the strongest selling point to choosing strikingly over other platforms.

    Cheers!

    Gus

     

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    Mark

    The video tutorial, as Gus said, is great but at the end where the guy copies the code to make the flag icon appear...how do I do that? Couldnt follow that bit on the tutorial as not clear

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    Mark
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    Jesse

    Adding some more info on this old thread.

    Another way is to set up multiple-pages within the system, and have a different page per language. This will be rather cumbersome but should work:

    https://support.strikingly.com/hc/en-us/articles/215046327-How-to-Create-a-Multiple-Page-Site

     

    And the new link to the flags code:

    http://strikinglytips.strikingly.com/country-flags

     

    And it would be nice if strikingly support was monitoring these threads more closely.

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    Vikram Kashyap

    This is a hacky workaround. Strikingly, you can do better!

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