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 In this guide, we will show you how to make advanced settings of the store. So, let's start!

Step 1: Customize language switcher

After the store's translation, LangShop adds a language switcher to the store. By default, it's placed on the lower right corner. You can change its position, type, display, etc. For more detailed information, please refer to this article - Customize language switcher.

Step 2: Add currency

LangShop allows adding currencies to the store. They will be displayed as a switcher. It's customizable and you can give the switcher the needed position, type, display, etc. You can get more detailed information about the currency switcher customization from this article - Customize currency switcher.

Step 3: Translate images

Such categories as products, collections, and articles contain featured images and images in the description. With the help of LangShop you can add different images for every language. In other words - you can translate pictures.

Let's consider an example of a product's images. You have a product and it is translated into French and Arabic. Now you want to localize the content and add different featured images to its translated versions. To translate them, please, follow guides in these articles: 

The same you can do for collections and articles

Step 4: Check dynamic content

Dynamic content - it's a content added by other applications. LangShop doesn't translate this type of content because the app doesn't have access to the dynamic content. So, you need to translate it manually. In this article, we've written a detailed instruction about how to Find and translate dynamic content.

Step 5: Check static content

Static content - it's text blocks included by developers to the theme code manually. LangShop doesn't translate this type of content because the app doesn't have access to the static texts. You need to translate this type of content manually. More detailed information about the static text and its translation is available in this article - Translate static text.

Step 6: Theme section

To make the translation of all elements of the store, you should check theme settings and theme localization. These sections allow translating such types of content like banners, checkout, modal windows, etc. 

To translate theme localization and settings, read these articles:

 Perhaps, this article will be useful for you too - Can I translate the checkout with your app?

Step 7: Analytics

 If you've passed the previous steps, your content should be 100% translated and localized. Anyway, we recommend you to make one more step and make sure that everything is really ok. Go to the Analytics section.

Analytics – is a special tool, that helps to monitor the status of the store content translation. Here you can see a statistic of the translated content in all languages that you’ve chosen.

To learn more about this section, read or article - Importance of the Analytics section.

 

Well, it was a guide to advanced configuration. When you pass all the steps, you will get a multilingual store, that will be fully translated and localized.

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