Status.io
Integrations

Status.io Free

Author Crowdin
Compatible with
  • Crowdin Enterprise
  • Crowdin

Translate your Status.io webpage for your international customers.

With Crowdin+ Status.io integration, you can synchronize your source files with your localization project on Crowdin and send translations back to Status.io in a few clicks. 

Follow this tutorial to create a multilingual Status.io webpage.

To set up this integration, you need to use Crowdin's JsProxy app.

It's an extremely easy way to translate your "untranslatable" website. Very well suited for static content, Knowledge Bases, landing pages, status pages, and other content.

Once Jsproxy is enabled, all text from your website will be automatically synchronized with your project, and the translations will be sent back to your website over-the-air.

Import the content for localization: Jsproxy will crawl your website and extract all of the translatable texts, so you don't have to make any changes to your website. In your Crowdin project, you will find the new files with every text for translation.

Publish the translations: Add a piece of JavaScript to your website, as you do with Google Analytics - to download the latest translations from Crowdin and show your website multilingual per visitor request. "Switch language" button for the visitors of your website will be added.

 


    To connect Jsproxy with your Crowdin project, please follow these steps:

    1. Create an account on Crowdin or log in.
    2. At the top menu bar, go to Resources > Marketplace > install the Jsproxy for Crowdin app.
    3. Make it available for all your projects, or specify the project.
    4. Open your project and go to Applications > Jsproxy for Crowdin.
    5. Enter your website’s URL and click Import. Website content will be scanned and automatically added as a .json file in the Content > Files section, ready to be translated.
    6. Add a language-switcher button to your website. Insert the JavaScript snippet displayed on the app configuration page inside the <head> tag of a page or before the </body> tag.
    7. Click Distribute to send translations to your website.

     

    To connect Jsproxy with your project on Crowdin Enterprise, please follow these steps: 

    1. Create an organization on Crowdin Enterprise or log in.
    2. At the left menu bar, open Marketplace > find and install the Jsproxy for Crowdin app.
    3. Then, go back to the Workspace and open the project you want to connect with your website. You will use this project to store the source files, make translations, and publish translations to your website.
    4. At the left menu bar, open Applications > Custom > Jsproxy for Crowdin.
    5. Enter your website’s URL and click Import. Website content will be scanned and automatically added as a .json file in the Content > Files section, ready to be translated.
    6. Add a language-switcher button to your website. For this, insert the JavaScript snippet displayed on the app configuration page inside the <head> tag of a page or before the </body> tag.
    7. Click Distribute to send translations to your website.