This is Part 9 of the Initial Customization Guide:
- Part 0: Introduction
- Part 1: Customizing Advanced Settings in Web Office Admin
- Part 2: Adding Banners
- Part 3: Customizing Social Media
- Part 4: Adding Documents and Media
- Part 5: (Optional) Adding Training, Testimonials, Calendar Events, and Community
- Part 6: Configuring Your Web Office Business Snapshot
- Part 7: Adding Widgets
- Part 8: Using Multi-Faceted Configuration
- Part 9: Localization Options
- Part 10: Customizing Site Navigation
- Part 11: Customizing the Visual Tree
- Part 12: Setting up and Testing a Compensation Plan
- Part 13: Managing AutoShip Settings
Under Check Your Progress for each section, you check each box next to the task in order to keep track of your progress. If you would like to download the full checklist, click the Download Attachment link above.
Important: If you have any questions or need assistance with any of the steps, contact Customer Care.
What We’ll Cover
Managing Translations in Web Office Admin
Localization is important for any modern business. The world is a big place and there are many languages; you don’t want to limit your global market over a language barrier. The Web Office Admin has a simple integration that allows you to easily translate any text input into your available languages.
Read more: Managing Translations in Web Office Admin
The Translations page provides the opportunity for you to have control over Web Office text changes and language translations.
When new text is added to the Web Office, it gets added to the internal strings system. It then has the ability to be translated to the various market/language combinations enabled for you. You can export these strings and then import the translations.
Read more: 1.8. Managing Bulk Translations
Check Your Progress
Learned about Managing Translations in Web Office Admin.
Learned about importing/exporting Translations in Web Office Admin.
Great work! In a world that gets more and more connected, localization is becomes increasingly essential. Next, we’re going to cover something even more essential, customizing the Web Office’s navigation bar.