Creating a multi-language store means moving it to the global level and this is what Magento 2 stores owners should be keen on doing. It is quite obvious that managing a single language website is easier than multi-language, but just think for a while how many opportunities you will open.
In this series of articles, we will prove that creating a multi-language website isn't as hard as you think it is.
So, in order to create a multi-language website take the following steps:
In this article, you will learn what the store view is, what do you need to create it for, how to create it.
After reading this article you will know how to find and set up language packs in order to enable base localization on a multi-language Magento.
Learn how and where to translate the CMS page and if there is the necessity to change the identifier while translation the CMS content in this article.
Do you want to know if there is created a new page while product and category translation or learn about the translation of the attribute values? Find all the information here.
Once you've read this article you will be able to translate the Magento 2 Email Templates and learn where and when to configure them.
Do you want to know how to translate product attributes and values and how it is displayed on the storefront? The answers to these questions are all here in this article.
In case you are looking for the best Magento 2 extensions for your multilanguage store you can find some of them in this article.
Why would you want to start a multilanguage website if you are making a decent profit with a single language store already?
That is a great question to ask.
Managing a multi-language Magento website has a lot of benefits that will contribute to your already successful online business immensely. A multi-language website is an incredible opportunity to create a stunning customer experience and broaden the circle of customers.