We suggest that you create a site in one language first, then add any additional languages so you can clone pages and content etc. This gives a foundation for each language while you work on translations.
Adding a language to your site
3. If you are setting up multi-language for the first time, select a default language for your site. This will be the first language your visitors see when they arrive.
5. Choose a language to add and which pages to clone. Cloned pages copy all content, creating a foundation for your new language.
Switching between languages
Once you have added a new language, you can switch languages on the Pages and Styles menu. Switching languages allows you to view and edit pages available for that language.
Taking a language offline or removing a language
In some cases, you might prefer to take a language offline until it's been completed. Taking a language offline will keep all of your pages and contents, but the language won't be available to visitors of your site.
Removing a language will remove all pages and content for that language. This action cannot be undone.