Add website domain for translation

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Add a new website domain for translation

After your connection to your Linguise dashboard you’ll need to setup a new domain to start get an API key and start with the translation. From the top bar you can use the drop down menu Domain > Add website or use the Settings to edit an existing website settings.


Once you add a new website domain for translation you’ll be redirected to it’s settings, the API key required to activate the translation will be generated after saving. The default language is the language source of the website, it’s really important and cannot be changed after the setup.


The domain URL needs to be added in full including its prefix like

Setup languages and API Key

Now that your domain is added you can setup in what languages your website will be translated


50+ languages are available, you can select what langue translation will be activated and add or remove some of them at any moment. the All language option will activate all the languages available and you can then control what will be available on your website by choosing the flag to display.

Language translation pair: a language pair is formed when one language is translated into another language. When English is translated into Spanish, this is called an English-Spanish language pair. Not all language pairs are equal in neural machine translation, it varies from the accuracy of 80% to 95%, English to Spanish would be 97%. Please find a sample of accuracy data below.

 NMT TranslationHuman TranslationQuality

Get the API Key for translation

The API key is what is required to activate the translation on your website. You can refer to the install documentation for more details where you need to copy the API key. Basically the API key will check what language is activated on what domain and will allow the neural translation pages  to be generated.


The Linguise API key will need to be copied in the Configuration.php file you’ve uploaded on your server, more details about install here >>


Domain registration in video