While our main interface is in English, the Splash event page design, RSVP form, and emails can be customized in another language.
With a paid Splash plan, you have the capability to fully translate an event or theme to a language other than English.
Link: We recommend reading our guide on setting up a theme for each language you'll be creating events in. This way, it's a one-time setup with only minor, DIY modifications needed.
Let's run through each touchpoint of the event that needs translating:
When designing your event page, you can include text in different languages inside any text element.
Pro Tip: Use the Bilingual Branded Theme to build event pages in more than one language. This allows every text element — on every guest touchpoint — to have a twin element for a second language.
Our dynamic venue and date elements will likely need to be replaced with static text elements. With our advanced design tools, you can reformat the venue and date elements - or add a text element in its place from the element adder.
At this time, the Contact the Organizer form and search button on hubs are not currently DIY editable. If you provide the copy, our Professional Services team will scope out and implement the changes as an at cost service when you have a paid Splash plan. Feel free to reach out to our team to get the conversation started!
Pro Tip: If you're drafting a page in a right-to-left language, you can copy and paste text right into Splash text fields. In some browsers, you change this by right-clicking the text and choosing "Right to left" within the "Writing Direction" area.
Some symbols, such as parenthesis (), will be read the same as numbers and letters instead of as a symbol, which can cause the text to revert back and display left to right. You can avoid this by utilizing slashes, /\, instead!
All registration form text can be translated, including the form headline. Refer to the Creating translated forms section below for our best practices.
By default, our share card includes the same dynamic text (usually your event's event title and date and time) that exists on the event page. So long as you made the appropriate translations on the event page, your share card should be good to go!
On-page and Email Confirmations
The text inside our on-page confirmation and default confirmation email is editable and supports multiple languages.
If you're looking to translate the entire confirmation email in a foreign language, we recommend creating a new custom email template and then replacing it as your RSVP Yes Confirmation template.
Virtual Event Page
At this time the text on the Virtual Event Page is in English and is not editable.