Setting up Multi-language on Webflow using Weglot

With the popularity of low-code and no-code movement, Webflow has become one of the most popular website builders among designers who want to build responsive websites but not wanting to deal with the nitty-gritty in CSS. It’s also a popular choice for entrepreneurs who wants to create a website fast to test its product offering without having to pay tons of money to build a website.

We recently built one our client’s website entirely on Webflow and because the product aims at users across multiple geographical regions, we needed a multi-language solution. Webflow by itself doesn’t come with a multi-language feature so we had to explore various options to achieve it.

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