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Discussion on: Help: How to make a multilanguage website?

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Cécile Lebleu Author

This is awesome! Thanks a lot for your answer. I'll take a look at all your suggestions. I never would have thought of using CSS — wow! I wonder how I could make that work across different pages: if you change the language on page A and then go to page B it should stay in the same language. I think it might be doable, and sounds possibly even easier to maintain than duplicate pages.
Anyway, thanks a lot for your time! Great suggestions here!

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Aurelio

Happy you liked, I should probably mention Jekyll is supported out of the box for free on Github. There are a lot of tutorials online that show how plus the official docs of course.

The bottom line is that you would have a website live for free (and with a few dollars a year you can add your own domain name), it will be easy to update, plus it would be actually be a good solution to you multi lang requirement. All things considered that's the option I would choose, I use it for my own website and it's very easy and convenient (and free)!

Cheers!