One of the very important steps in localizing a website is deciding where in your website the visitors will be made aware of the existence of those translated versions,
Congratulations, you just created a first version of your translated website within SYSTRANLinks, but one question may remain: you might ask « where’s all my data, where is the content that I know I have in my website? »
One of the most powerful features in SYSTRANLinks has to do with Rules. We hear a lot of questions and inquiries from customers who ask “can we do this…” or “how can SYSTRANLinks do that…?”, and so many times, the answer is as simple and elegant as defining a rule. It could be a rule that affects all pages for a given target language. Continue reading
We have seen how to initially create the localization project. We may have customized the machine translations with our own terminology (User dictionaries), and pre-translated some material in translation memories. We may have replaced some external resources such as images and links with others, specific to each target language. And we may even have defined page-specific rules to prevent translation of detailed content. This and a lot more is covered in other tutorials and the user guide as well as the videos.
Now it’s time to go live. What are the last and possibly final steps to make the localized websites (which SYSTRANLinks has created and is hosting in the cloud) visible to the entire world, including your future new visitors and customers, but also to the search engine robots?
You have signed up for the free or one of the paid service levels of SYSTRANLinks. Now you can log into your SYSTRANLinks account, and you are ready to get started. You want to see your website localized in a hurry. Can this be done in 30 seconds? Yes it can.
Starting with SYSTRANLinks 2.0.4, it is now possible to add tags on Pages and paths. This metadata will help describe pages and allows them to be found again by filtering. All sentences then inherit the tags of the Pages they are used in. The sentences can then be filtered with this information. Continue reading