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With Google's Chrome web browser, you can use themes to customize the look and feel. Find out how you can translate your design for the online shop. Add a Google Translate widget to your online store. View reviews, compare customer reviews, see screenshots and learn more about Google Chrome.

This includes translating all text contents in your store, such as sales literature, contacts, shopping carts and cash register information.

This includes translating all text contents in your store, such as sales literature, contacts, shopping carts and cash register information. You can easily switch the theme for topics that span more than one linguistic area. And if your design doesn't have the desired idiom, you can make the translation yourself.

They can have a voice in your on-line Shop actively. Select a preferred topic for your publication. When the topic to be translated is not public, you must make it public before you can perform these actions. From the Distribution Channel section, touch Shop On-line. Touch Manage Topics.

From the Distribution Channel section, touch Online Store. Touch Manage Topics. Click Action > Edit a language for your posted topic. Then click Modify Topic Language: To see all the available tongues for the topic, click the Speech drop-down list: If you want to select a different color, click the color in the color bar, and then click Saving.

So if the idiom you want to use is not listed, you will need to make a new design for your design. It is also possible to select your check-out languages via the check-out options. Generate customized translator for your public design. When the topic to be translated is not public, you must make it public before you can perform these actions.

A few topics only have the possibility to compile the check-out and system message. When you need to fully compile such a design, you must generate a language for the design. From the Distribution Channel section, touch Online Store. Touch Manage Topics. From the Distribution Channel section, touch Online Store.

Touch Manage Topics. Click Action > Edit languages for your posted topic. Then click Modify Topic Language: Please click on Language: From the second and third drop-down menu, follow these steps: Speech: Please chose a preferred one. Please browse by regions (if applicable) or click All to browse all regions. If you are using a different name, click User Defined to generate a user-defined name for the localization you are currently generating.

You use the Spracheneditor to create your own subject text by entering your own text. In order to ensure that you have completed your work on all of your topic's text contents, you can look for partial replacements. It is possible to check and refresh any of the languages in your topic, regardless of whether you did the translating yourself or whether it was delivered with the downloaded file.

Using the Speech Enhancer, you can find the text in your topic that you want to be translated. You have three main kinds of contents that you want to translate: Any text can be translated by typing a translation in the textboxes. There is no need to compile every box in your topic.

Leaving a box without translations will use the standard topic name. While you can directly compile pure text, you must be particularly careful when you compile text with HTML or Liquid. Most of the text in your store does not require you to use HTML or Liquid.

If you are entering a text to be translated, you only need to substitute the text with the text in the other one. Even though you have to keep most of the contents in the native German, there may be some words in the HTML tag you want to be translated.

Only the name of the links may be translated, not its other parts. Don't ever compile the final adress ( also known as final adress ) in a hyperlink. All you have to do is compile the words stylised by the HTML and not the code or tag itself. Check out the samples to make sure you know what you need to do and what you should not do.

Then you would only be translating the words On Sale. Here you would only be translating the Previous Product and Next Product words. The following example uses HTML tag to show the files name set in the side bar. fluid in plainface. Here the name of the files is a FluidTemplate file. However, you should only compile the name of the files if it is necessary to take the name of the files themselves.

If, for example, you have your own file creation, you may need to modify the file name in HTML. Under no circumstances should you compile HTML tokens or icon code. Don't ever compile liquids, object or filter tag. This is the template making vocabulary that governs the look and feel of your website in different settings. The fluid contents are always packed in one of the following groups of symbols:

This example would only show you translating the text around the fluid and not {{ date }}}. Here is an example of a text box that uses a mixture of clear text, HTML, and Liquid: Though this example may look quite complicated, the only part you need to compile is the on.

Display and modify any translated text as it becomes available in your design. From the Distribution Channel section, touch Online Store. Touch Manage Topics. From the Distribution Channel section, touch Online Store. Touch Manage Topics. Locate the topic you want to work on, and then click Action > Language.

Click Modify Topic to select another of the languages in the Speech dialog box. Some text boxes have not yet been converted when a text is displayed as incomplete in the speech viewer. Unless you are translating them, these boxes appear in the standard design terminology of your design.

From the Distribution Channel section, touch Shop On-line. Touch Manage Topics. From the Distribution Channel section, touch Shop On-line. Touch Manage Topics. Locate the topic you want to work on, and then click Action > Language work. From the second drop-down list, select Missing or Complete. A Google Translate Widget can be added to your store.

Instead, if your design has built-in translating capabilities, you should go for the streamlined translating instead. Please go to the Google Website Translator page. From the Distribution Channel section, touch Online Store. Touch Manage Topics. From the Distribution Channel section, touch Online Store. Touch Manage Topics. Locate the topic you want to work on, and then click Action > Modify Source File.

To open your topic templates open the theme topic folder by clicking on theme. liquid and insert the section of text where you want the translator to be. To have the selected page appear on every page, you need to insert the theme in theme either in theme2liquid or in a section contained in theme.liquid. Please note that this is not possible with theme2liquid. Press Submit to accept the changes to your original.

Now you should see the Google Translate Widget in your shop. Take a look at it in your shop or go to this demonstration shop that uses Google Website Translator. Find out more.

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