To start, get the Internationalization (i18n) plugin by Strapi first, as it is a likely prerequisite for any other 3rd party localization plugin you’ll find.
After you get familiar with the i18n in Strapi, before searching for a Strapi localization plugin, you should assess the following factors:
- The languages you want to support
- The features you need (e.g., automatic translation)
- The ease of use and setup difficulty
- If the author still maintains it
Once you have considered these factors, you can start to narrow down your options and choose the plugin that best meets your needs.
We recommend trying the Strapi localization plugin by Localazy that seamlessly integrates Strapi ↔️ Localazy and allows you to manage your multilingual content efficiently.
You can translate your website by inviting translators or using the translation suggestions on your own. You can also pre-translate all texts by applying machine translations in bulk or get your texts translated by the Continuous Localization Team.
Learn more about the Strapi localization plugin by Localazy. Or install it now:
npm install @localazy/strapi-plugin