Hi – I’m improved the instructions significantly by adding an image showing you the button to click for Shopify or Squarespace.
Basically, whichever platform you are using, you add a LINK or a HYPERLINK or a URL (they are all the same thing called by different names on different platforms) to your menu. Normally you would insert a web address URL – instead you insert:
Now when anyone clicks this link (you can call it whatever you like – English or EN) the Multilingualizer will switch to the English language.
Alternatively, you can use the floating language selector – just copy and paste the code provided in your My Account page – this puts a floating language selector top right – you can find customisation options for this floating language selector on the support page.
Sorry, I can’t figure out the step 6 as well. I added the code to before and my website went blank. Can you send me a screenshot on where to do step 6?
Managed to figure out. I saw 2 in the code.
I can’t figure it out as well. With v3.0 everything worked fine, except there was a but with the third language.
Now I updated to v3.5, copy-pasted the entire code, and although the bug is gone, the floating language selector doesn’t show. Shouldn’t it be showing by default? Which code do I need to add in order to make it appear again?
Hi Felix – you can find the language selector code here: