How to select your language localization (translation)

Gadsden is designed to support a range of language localizations (internationalization) so that NationBuilder customers in every nation can have access to premium landing pages.

Supported language localizations

Gadsden supports the following localizations:

Country Language Language Code Page Tag
Australia English en-AU i18n: en-AU
Austria German de-AT i18n: de-AT
Belgium French fr-BE i18n: fr-BE
Canada English en-CA i18n: en-CA
Canada French fr-CA i18n: fr-CA
France French fr-FR i18n: fr-FR
Germany German de-DE i18n: de-DE
Hungary Hungarian hu-HU i18n: hu-HU
Ireland English en-IE i18n: en-IE
Ireland Irish ga-IE i18n: ga-IE
Malta Maltese mt-MT i18n: mt-MT
Norway Norwegian no-NO i18n: no-NO
Portugal Portuguese pt-PT i18n: pt-PT
Russia Russian ru-RU i18n: ru-RU
Spain Spanish es-ES i18n: es-ES
Sweden Swedish sv-SV i18n: sv-SV
United Kingdom English en-GB i18n: en-GB
United Kingdom Welsh wy-GB i18n: wy-GB
United States English en-US i18n: en-US
United States Spanish es-US i18n: es-US

Note: These translations are all based on Google Translate, and so may not be the most accurate in every instance. If you believe there is a better translation in your language/localization and would like to suggest an update for the theme, please email us at hello@hines.digital.

How to apply your language localization to your entire website

By default, your Gadsden NationBuilder theme will default to English (United States).

To set a new default language localization for your entire website, navigate within your NationBuilder control panel to your website’s homepage (ex: Website > Pages > [Homepage] > Settings).

Then, add a page tag to your homepage to correspond with the localization shown in the table above. Your new localization will now be applied as the default to every page on your website.

How to apply your language localization to an individual page

To set a new language localization for an individual page, navigate within your NationBuilder control panel to the relevant page (ex: Website > Pages > [The Page] > Settings).

Then, add a page tag to that page to correspond with the localization shown in the table above. Your new localization will now override the website default for that individual page.