Mike Giannakopoulos

How to localize a Webflow website using Transifex

How to localize a Webflow website using TransifexGetting your ideas from paper to an actual working webpage has gone through many stages, enabling more people to test out and promote their ideas. That wave has brought forth a set of tools for non-technical people like designers, marketers and SMB owners to easily create and grow their ideas.

Webflow is one of those tools offering an easy-to-use interface for the non-developer into rapid development and deployment of their ideas into full-fledged working websites. Webflow, is a responsive web design tool and CMS that “empowers designers to build professional, custom websites in a completely visual canvas with no code”.

What are the benefits of the integration

We are introducing an integration with Webflow which allows marketers and designers to easily translate their websites using Transifex Live. Using this integration, you get:

  • Fast development and release, as you only have to include the Live snippet in your Webflow pages
  • A quick non-technical approach for translations, using the Live context interface directly on your Webflow website
  • Deep dive and control, when you need it using the full Transifex Translation Management System features as well as the advanced functionality that Transifex Live offers to exclude or detect additional content.

Website localization made easy: Why wait?

To get started, check our detailed documentation. You must have a Transifex account and a project you will be associating with your Webflow site. If you have not already done so, sign up for your 15-day trial Transifex here.

Want to learn more about Transifex?

Give Transifex a try with our free 15 day trial, or connect with one of our team members for a personal demo.

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