5 Steps to Translating Your Drupal Website
Smartling’s pre-built integration enables you to translate a wide range of content types and configure the translation extension in ways that reflect your development environment.
Smartling can translate nodes, entities, and internationalization strings like menu labels, terms, and more. The TMGMT framework and Smartling integration drastically simplifies the number of developer hours required to manage localization for global websites.
With Smartling as an extension to your Drupal environment, you can easily configure job automation, linguistic assets and style guides, translation memory and customize your workflows.
Translate with Visual Context
Get Updates in Drupal
Without leaving the developer environment, you can check translation status anytime to answer the age-old question: are my translations ready yet? No more emails with a vendor or project manager. Easy.
Professional translation (and MT options)
Considering the volume of content under management to maintain today’s user experience, it is important to have the flexibility to choose what type of translation you apply to your content. Smartling’s Drupal integration enables you to use our professional human translation services and a variety of machine translation options.
A Dependable TMS for Drupal
Drupal websites introduce vast complexities and are customized by each user. That’s why it’s important to integrate with a reliable translation management system that can be implemented in multiple ways, adapting to your development environment and system architecture.
Automated quality control
Smartling’s translation management system has nearly 30 automated quality controls in place to ensure the target content doesn’t introduce errors in your user experience. This includes things like HTML tag consistency, placeholders, number consistency, typos, double spaces and more.