Translate your Webflow website with Dilingual

I am one of the co-founders of Dilingual, a platform for translating websites. We specifically aim to be a solution for translating Webflow websites :slight_smile:

If you have any questions or feedback, do not hesitate to reach out. Either here, or via email to or our live chat on our website.

How-to translate your Webflow website with Dilingual

To translate a website with Dilingual we recommend you to obey the following three steps:

  1. Preview how your translated website may look like.
  2. Sign-up for a free user account and start translating your website
  3. Once you are happy with it: Launch it and celebrate your translated website.

Preview how your translated website may look like

Dilingual offers a preview mode, that enables you to preview your translated website without the need to sign-up. This is a good option to convince other stakeholders about the need for a translated website and ensure compatibility with your website.

Here is an example of the preview mode on a Webflow website:, it’s just as simple as that!

Sign-up for a free user account

You can sign-up for Dilingual for free by visiting our sign-up page. You can currently choose to onboard yourself without our assistance, or arrange a free video call with our team which will guide you through the platform and get started.

The free plan enables you to translate your website into one other language (we are considering increasing this in the future).

Note: We are currently offering our paid plans for free for qualifying non-profits. If you are a non-profit reach out to us at and we’d be happy to help.

Review and edit translations

Using the Dilingual user-interface you can edit translations on your website and collaborate with team members. To access the user-interface just visit