Configuring localized static text

Some text on a web page never changes regardless of the content, but they do change from language to language.

Tags, share, news - English Tags, share, news - English
Static text, English
Subject, share, news - Spanish Subject, share, news - Spanish
Static text, Spanish

The previous illustrations show static text in English and in Spanish that appear at the bottom of an article. Regardless of the individual article's headline, body text, or images, the words Tags, Share, and News & Awards always appear in English versions, and Temas relacionados, Compartir, and Noticias y premios always appear in Spanish versions.

The following procedure explains how to configure localized static text.

To configure localized text:

  1. Click menu> Admin > Sites & Settings > Sites > Global.
  2. Click search, located to the left of more_horiz, and type Localization Bundles.
  3. Under Localization Bundles, click add_circle_outline .
  4. From the Locale list, select the locale for which you are providing localized static text.
  5. Under Localizations, do the following:

    1. Click add_circle_outline .
    2. In the Name field, enter the fully qualified class name of the view you are localizing.
    3. Under Entries, click add_circle_outline.
    4. In the Key field, enter the key for the static text you are localizing.
    5. In the Value field, enter the localized text.
    6. Repeat steps c–e to localize additional static text in the current view. Your configuration looks similar to the following:

      Localization for Mexican Spanish Localization for Mexican Spanish
      Localization for Mexican Spanish

  6. Repeat step 5 to localize additional views.
  7. Click Save.

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