Multilingual event website

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In this article we will show you how to create and edit an event website in different languages.

Information & Requirements

  • First check that your desired languages are in the Event-Center are activated. 
  • The complete range of functions for multilingualism in evenito is still under is still under development. More elements and tabs will be multilingual tabs will be added on an ongoing basis.

Multilingualism in the different modules

First click on the edit icon of a building block on the right of the menu. In element settings you can switch between the event languages at the top: 

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Now add the desired content per language. 

The content of the modules Application, Location,  speakers and Programme you can translate directly in the corresponding tabs of your event. These These contents will then be transferred to the website accordingly. 

Page preview & language changer

To change the language in the preview, use the language changer above the editing window:

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The symbol next to the language, which is shown here in red, shows you, whether all the contents of the website have been translated. If the symbol is red, not all the content has been completely translated. As soon as you have made this change, the colour changes to green.

The participant can change the language on the website via the flags in the module "navigation" switch. These flags are set by default as soon as your site is multilingual.  

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If a participant registers on the German-language website, the language German will automatically be set as the contact language. This also works if you invite the contact in English, but he or she registers via the German-language site. In this case, the language in the contact information is automatically updated.

You can find everything about the event website HERE

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