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Translating Dynamic Content
Translating Dynamic Content
Last updated: 4 months ago
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Steven Wise
CEO at SiteTran


Dynamic Content Translation

You likely have some content on your website that gets added dynamically with JavaScript (after the page loads) like:

  • Popups.
  • Modal Dialogs.
  • Tooltips.
  • Wizards.
  • Interactive or Dynamic Forms.
  • Dropdown Menus.
  • Charts
  • Games.
  • Notifications

Anything that's hidden and then suddenly appears, like when you push a button and a pop-up appears.

By default, SiteTran continuously monitors your page to identify and translate new content that could have been added to the page dynamically with JavaScript.

This process is entirely automatic and it's not something you ever need to think about.

Regarding another type of "dynamic" phrase, it's possible that your site has content that varies, meaning content that can change for one reason or anothe, like a phrase with a timer counting down the seconds, or a phrase with the logged in user's name, or a number for example with a currency symbol... For this you may need to add a variable to your phrase in SiteTran, and then translate it accordingly. You can read about it here

Note: Variables will work in your dynamic content. This is not an issue.

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