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Go Multilingual in Minutes: How to add Bablic snippet to your website?
Go Multilingual in Minutes: How to add Bablic snippet to your website?

These steps will show you where to find Bablic's snippet and how to paste it into your site.

Mouhammad Jayousi avatar
Written by Mouhammad Jayousi
Updated over a week ago

Publishing a Translation with Bablic

Ok, you are ready to add Bablic to your live site. This guide will help you make a language menu appear on your pages and your visitors will be able to enjoy your site in multiple languages thanks to Bablic.

For this to happen you need to paste Bablic's code snippet in the header of your site, so that it appears in every page. Don't worry, this takes less than a minute!

Adding the code snippet to your website

The best and easiest method to install the Bablic code snippet is to use our copy-and-paste installation method.

Getting Started

To access the Bablic code, you simply need to open your website’s Options menu. This can usually be done by clicking on the “Settings” icon on the top left side of your Dashboard.

Accessing the Code

Once you are in the Settings menu, look for the Show Snippet option. This will display the Bablic code. You’ll then be taken to this screen where you can click on the "Copy to clipboard" button to copy the code.

Once the code is copied, you should paste it in the header of the site, right before the closing </head> tag. See below example:

The code should appear on every page to work correctly. That's it! Just 1 line of code and you're ready for the last step!

Verifying the code.

Once you are done pasting the snippet, go back to the Snippet setting in Bablic, and click on verify the snippet.

If the installation was correct you will see the following pop-up:

And you are done, and ready to go!


If you have any further questions or issues please don't hesitate to contact us at [email protected].

Please note if you are using one of the popular web-building platforms there is probably an easy way to install the snippet. Maybe there is even a plugin. Before moving forward, please check our help center if we have a tutorial specifically for your web platform.

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