Enjoy advanced multi-language features out-of-the-box. Use the same structure per language, or separate it. It's up to you.

With Redakt, managing your multi-language content is a breeze. You can write in different languages and sub-cultures (for example, UK and US English). It is inclusive, global & intelligent. 

Multi-language content editing

When editing page content, simply select a different language and start editing in a totally separate module. 

Individual fields can be marked as either culture-dependent or culture-invariant. If you don't want to create separate content right now, just link one piece of content to every language and come back to write specific content later. Both page content and asset library content can be edited in multiple languages.

For multi-language content that is not page-specific (like buttons), Redakt has a separate global dictionary. 

Page trees

Page structure works the way you want it to. Separate your languages or have them all in the same place, you have the power to choose.

Redakt supports a single page tree with multi-language content, separate page trees per language, or a mix of the two. This allows you to choose the best setup depending on what your customer needs are, how each language site is used and how often you need to separate users between language pages. 

Pages can be published separately per language. When you're publishing automatically on a schedule, content across time zones can be published at the same local time.

Language roots

​​Different language content has a different page URL, but how you specify them is up to you. See below for your different options. ​

Language per domain

​Each language is hosted on a different domain name, for example "en.acemecorp.com" and "es.acmecorp", or "www.acmecorp.com" and "www.acmecorp.es"​

Language per URL prefix

​The entire site is hosted on the same domain name. Languages are on a different URL prefix, for example, "acmecorp.com/en" and "acmecorp.com/es".​

Mixed options

​A mix of the two options is also possible, we know every site is unique.​

Read more about the benefits of global sites and multiple languages in other blogs.