Translate your Adobe Experience Manager website

A fully translated website in minutes

Translate your Adobe Experience Manager CMS in minutes using Weglot’s lightweight and simple integration. Use Weglot to launch multiple languages in hours, not months.

With an integration that can be implemented simply without having to rely fully on your IT department, Weglot eliminates the need for duplicate websites and lengthy back and forths with external translation teams.

Manage your translation project through one interface, collaborate with translators inside your translations dashboard, and make use of the integrated glossary tool.

Key benefits

Quick to install – launch instantly with fully translated pages

Simple translations management – power your translation workflow with neural machine translation and let your team make edits if needed

International SEO ready – fully optimized with SEO with unique URL per language, translation done in the source code and automatic hreflang tags added on your pages

Fast-loading time – (50ms added to your website’s usual loading time)

Customer support account manager + solution engineer (under Enterprise contract)

How to add Weglot to your Adobe Experience Manager website

Step 1: Create a Weglot account

This is where you’ll manage your website translations, manage your translation settings and other customizations depending on your needs. Create account.

You’ll then receive a validation email that will take you to the Weglot Dashboard.

Add a project name (e.g. your website name) and select your ‘Website technology’ – in your case it’s ‘Other’.

screenshot of choosing 'other' technology on Weglot setup page

Step 2: Add your new languages

The next step is to add the URL of your website, the original language of your website, and the languages you’d like to translate it into.

dreamweaver add languages

Step 3: Create your subdomains (important for multilingual SEO)

Here you’ll create your new language subdomains, e.g. fr.mywebsite (French example). You’ll need to connect your DNS records, so you’ll need access to your domain name provider account to do this.

Note: this example is using Google Domains, however, the process is similar to other domain name providers. Contact us if you need any help:

In your Weglot account setup process you should see your DNS entries, similar to the screenshot below. (This example is showing French).

dns entries

Go to your domain name provider account and find the ‘DNS’ tab. You’ll need to create new entries in the section that should be called ‘custom resource records’ or something similar. 

Select CNAME as the ‘type’, enter your 2 letter language code given in the previous step in the ‘name’ section and ‘’ in the ‘data’ section. 

Click save and then go back to your Weglot Dashboard and click on the green ‘Check DNS’ button. This can take a couple of minutes or even 10, so don’t be surprised if the green tick hasn’t appeared immediately next to your DNS records. 

Step 4: Add your language switcher

Here you’ll need to copy and paste a piece of code from your Weglot account setup into Adobe Experience Manager.

screenshot of javacode for dreamweaver multilingual

In Adobe Experience Manager, open up your ‘Template HTML page’ and paste the code inside the ‘Head’ section.  

If you need help with this step – please reach out to our support team at: 

Your Adobe Experience Manager is now multilingual!

Here’s your tour of the Weglot Dashboard to get you started

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