Hi @calin_balea! Tyler here from Localize. I spent some time familiarizing myself with your use case and reviewing the call you had with our support team to see how I could help.
Our subdirectories language detection works “out-of-the-box”. If you’re using subdirectories like “localizejs.com/fr”, and the language “fr” is active in your project, the page will get translated to that language when a user visits the page automatically. There’s no additional configuration needed on the Localize side to make this happen.
When using the subdirectories method there is only 1 website, with the translations being managed using the Localize dashboard. The appropriate translations are automatically displayed in the user’s browser, but they are all being served from the same website. The search engine sees this as different websites in different languages based on the unique URLs you’ve set up.
I’d be happy to help with any other questions. Feel free to email email@example.com and I’ll pick up your ticket to assist.