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London Theme supports multi-language setup. Most components of the Help Center are using Zendesk translation engine. This article will cover additional steps to make some Homepage components to support multilanguage. This includes: custom header links, custom blocks descriptions and text, footer copyright text, etc.

Before you follow the steps below, please ensure you have followed steps outline in this document.

 

Add Dynamic Content

For detailed steps to add Dynamic Content, please see this Zendesk support article.

Here is the list of Dynamic Content required for London Theme:

  • info_notification_title
  • info_notification_body
  • header_url_title_1
  • header_url_title_2
  • header_url_title_3
  • header_url_link_1
  • header_url_link_2
  • header_url_link_3
  • help_center_title
  • intro_title
  • search_placeholder
  • popular_search_keyword
  • custom_block_1_title
  • custom_block_1_description
  • custom_block_1_url
  • custom_block_2_title
  • custom_block_2_description
  • custom_block_2_url
  • custom_block_3_title
  • custom_block_3_description
  • custom_block_3_url
  • custom_block_4_title
  • custom_block_4_description
  • custom_block_4_url
  • custom_block_5_title
  • custom_block_5_description
  • custom_block_5_url
  • custom_block_6_title
  • custom_block_6_description
  • custom_block_6_url
  • footer_copyright
  • footer_description
  • footer_url_title_1
  • footer_url_title_2
  • footer_url_title_3
  • footer_url_title_4
  • footer_url_title_5
  • footer_url_link_1
  • footer_url_link_2
  • footer_url_link_3
  • footer_url_link_4
  • footer_url_link_5
  • facebook_url
  • twitter_url
  • youtube_url
  • linkedin_url
  • instagram_url

Turn on Multilanguage Settings

In the theme settings, enable the option "Enable dynamic content translations".

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