Bablic gives you the option to choose between different URL structures for your site:

  • Top Level Domains
  • Subdomains
  • Subfolders
  • Query strings

Top Level Domains

You can translate your site with Bablic and later associate a different domain to each language.

For example, if your original website is in English and you want to add French and German using Bablic: 

www.domain.com will lead to the site in English
www.domain.fr  will lead to the site in French
www.domain.de that will lead to the site in German

Sub-domains

You can associate a different sub-domain to each language.

For example, if your original website is in English and you want to add French and German using Bablic:
en.domain.com
will lead to the site in English
fr.domain.com will lead to the site in French
de.domain.com will lead to the site in German

Subfolders

You can divide languages by subfolders in the URL.
For example, if your original website is in English and you want to add French and German using Bablic:
www.domain.com/en will lead to the site in English
www.domain.com/fr  will lead to the site in French
www.domain.com/de that will lead to the site in German

Query strings

www.domain.com/?locale=en will lead to the site in English
www.domain.com/?locale=fr  will lead to the site in French
www.domain.com/?locale=de that will lead to the site in German

In any case you can decide if you want to give your visitors the option to switch language using a language selector or if you want to keep them separated based on the URL they use.

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