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Translate your Duda site with Bablic
Translate your Duda site with Bablic

Step-by-step guide on how to integrate Bablic with Duda

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

How to Translate Your Duda Website with Bablic Plugin

Translating your website doesn't have to be an overwhelming experience. By using Bablic on Duda, you can ensure a smooth transition. All you need to do is follow a few, easy steps to get started.

Note: Bablic offers a few options when it comes to translations. To learn more about your options see what types of translations are available.

1. Install the Plugin

To begin, install the Bablic plugin from Duda's app store. Once it is successfully downloaded, you will be asked to choose between a trial or a paid plan and begin the magical translation process using the visual editor.

2. Choose a Plan

Bablic offers a 14-day free trial that gives you full access to all features. Once the trial ends, you can choose from one of our three subscription tiers: Basic, Plus, or Pro. Each plan offers unique features tailored to fit your needs.

3. Start Translation Process

  • To begin translating, click the "Translate" button

  • Right-click on any text to make edits

  • Once you're done, click "Publish" to launch the translations live on your site

For more detailed guidance on using Bablic's visual editor, check out this helpful guide. To learn more on how you can add more languages check this tutorial.

Things to Be Aware of When Integrating Duda with Bablic

  1. To try out Bablic: sign up for our free 14-day trial. You'll need your Duda subscription too. Once you're set up, you can start translating right away

  2. Publish Your Site: Your Duda website must be published and live on the internet for the Bablic translations to take effect. Unpublished sites or those in draft mode will not display the translated content.

  3. Unified Language Content: For Bablic to work its magic, your original site content should be in one language only. This means if your site is in English and you want to offer Spanish, all the original content must be in English only, not a mix of both. Bablic will handle the translation from one single language to another.


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