How to Setup Multi-Language on Webflow Using Weglot


Setting up a multilingual website can be a challenging task, but with the right tools, it can be made significantly easier. In this blog post, we will guide you through the process of setting up multi-language on Webflow using Weglot, a powerful translation plugin that enables you to translate your website content into multiple languages.

Step 1

Install Weglot on your Webflow websiteTo start, you need to create an account on Weglot and install the plugin on your Webflow website. After signing up and logging in, you can add your website and configure the language settings.

Step 2

Add languages and configure translationsAfter adding your website, you can select the languages you want to translate your website into, and configure the translations. You can choose from machine translations or professional translations, and edit the translations manually if needed.

Step 3

Customize the language switcherWeglot provides a customizable language switcher that you can add to your website. You can customize the switcher's design, position, and language options to match your website's style and preferences.

Step 4

Preview and publish your multilingual websiteOnce you have configured your translations and customized the language switcher, preview your website to ensure that everything is working correctly. If everything is in order, publish your website and start reaching a wider audience with your multilingual content.


Setting up a multilingual website on Webflow using Weglot is a simple and efficient process that can enable you to reach a wider audience and improve your website's performance. By following the above steps, you can create a professional and user-friendly website that is accessible to people all around the world.

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