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Localizing Websites with Webflow and Localize

Hi @OvertonGraphics,

Localize automatically translates the page to your last selected language, which is why you’re seeing Arabic after you reload the page.

So if you have a “Turn on Arabic” button, you’ll also need a “Turn off arabic” link, which sets the page back to English (“en”). See step 6 in the tutorial for how to create the link.

Let me know if that makes sense!


Thanks a lot - Working perfectly now :smile:

See here for my clients site - only homepage currently - language selectors in top right

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This is just Coooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooolest. Thanks to made it. :smiley:

Hi @Brandon and @cyberdave

I’m trying to integrate localize on my site ( using my own links and not the localize widget (like this: The problem is that webflow automatically adds http:// to every url so the links don’t work.

I’ve managed to make it work with some footer code:

(document).ready(function() { (’#portuguese’).on(‘click’, function(e) {

But it’d be nice to hear if you guys any other ideas.

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Hi @Brandon

How would i use that option for a redirect to subdomains?

For an example:

The main site in English is
In Germany, it will redirect to

Any suggestions?


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Any solution for a proper integration between Webflow with CMS and Localize with full SEO features? Subdomains or Folders …

Hi @Brandon. I have a quick question.

So Localize.js allows you to create a website on Webflow that will support multiple languages, and can be used without additional service fees or costs?