A step-by-step guide on how to translate Leadpages website fast

Discover the best way to translate Leadpages website in just a few clicks and seconds.


Leadpages is a code-free and simple CMS that enables you to build websites and landing pages quite easily. 

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Leadpages is a simple-to-use CMS that is currently being used by digital and marketing teams, including content creators. To further grow their business and increase revenue, content creators should consider translating their website into other languages.

Dilingual team will show you how to easily translate your Leadpages website or landing page in just a few clicks.

Make your Leadpages landing page multilingual

Looking for a solution to translate your Leadpages website without having to write code? Lucky you found us! There are no code changes or technical expertise required to make your Leadpages multilingual if you try using Dilingual.

Did you know that you can get your whole Leadpages website translated using Dilingual in just a few clicks? Dilingual automatically detects and translates text content on your Leadpages website in a matter of seconds, using an advanced machine learning algorithm. Everyone, no matter their computer skills, can translate their Leadpages website into many languages instantly and without hassles.

The best solution to keeping your website up-to-date

Dilingual ensures that your website translations will always be up-to-date. Dilingual automatically detects new text changes on your Leadpages website and automatically translates them using Machine Learning algorithms. You don't trust the machine? That's fine, since you can always review the new changes on Dilingual and edit them manually if necessary. 

How to translate your Leadpage website using Dilingual 

Assuming you already have a website or landing page on Leadpages, here are the next steps to translate your website.

1. Create an account on Dilingual

Create an account on Dilingual by simply using one of the following providers:



2. Create a project for your Leadpages website

First, you need to create a project for your website where you will see the following screen and you just have to enter and save a few details about your original website.

  • Project name: The name of the project that will be used to manage the translations in your Leadpages website. Eg: Leadpages website.
  • Website - The domain of your website. Example:
  • Current language - The current language used on your website. 
  • Formality - Formality of the language used in your website. You can choose between formal and informal. 

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If you need help with setting up your project for your Leadpages website, don’t hesitate to reach out to our customer service. The Dilingual team will be happy to onboard you.

3. Add the language(s) you want your website to be translated into

Once you’ve created a project for your Leadpages website, head over to Translations on Dilingual and click on the “Add a new language” button. You will see a screen where you simply have to choose the language you want your website to be translated into and choose the domain you want to use for the selected language. For testing purposes, we have used a staging domain to host the translated website. The domain/subdomain can always be changed later. Click save and then you will see the added language on the Languages page on Dilingual.

In our example, we have used a staging domain for the German language. Go to the domain below the selected language to view the translated website. That’s it, your website has been automatically translated into the language you selected.

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All the automatic translations will appear on Dilingual. To review and manage the translations, navigate to Translations -> Select the language.

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4. Add a language switcher on your Leadpages website 

Dilingual will automatically add the Language Switcher on the translated Leadpages Website, but if you prefer adding the Language Switcher on your original website then there is an extra simple step on your Leadpages admin interface.

Adding the Language Switcher on a Leadpages website is straightforward. Simply go to Settings -> Analytics -> Head Section Tracking code and paste the one-line code provided by Dilingual. Note that this is not a tracking code, just a snippet of code to add the Language Switcher. The snippet can also be found on Dilingual if you navigate to Settings->Language Switcher. There you can also easily customise the Language Switcher to your needs or to match the style of your website.

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Congrats ! Your Leadpages website has been translated! 🙌 

If you need any help to translate your Leadpages website, get started for free today - No credit card required! Dilingual support team will be happy to help you onboard your website free of charge, as well as guide you on how to best use the platform.





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