Hi, I'm trying to create a multi language website using Adobe Muse. I'm able to provide the translation of all the text content for the site in the languages that I want so I don't want to use anything like a google translate widget. What is easiest way to make that happen?
There is no "easy" way way. You simply create a separate Muse file for each language and then link them mutually if so desired once the folders for each language are published.
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Some of the threads you refer to contain references by other Staff members to other threads that also dont answer the questions..
or refer to putting google links on the page which is not a satisfactory solution.
May we have an actual answer? If there is one.
I guess youre right.
Ill duplicate the entire site, swap out all the text blocks for translated versions and link them.
I was thinking of creating a second master and a duplicate set of pages within the same project. Instead of putting the translated version in a new project. It might get a little crowded in my Plan tab as there are about 200 pages, but then everything exists in the same file. Any thoughts?
Not knowing your site, you could also have country-buttons next to each page item and clicking this let´s the article appear in the desired language.
This could be done with a tabbed panel or the tooltip widget.
But of course with 200 pages it might be easier to duplicate the entire site and create a subfolder on your ftp:
yourdomain.com/language-A – … … …/language-B – etc.
As composition widgets are responsive since 2018, this might work as well.
This is the perfect solution