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Hello, I am trying find an option to not show product in certain language.

Is it possible? Or product always has to have all translations as whole eshop?

Thank you

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Hi, you need first to add the additional languages in the admin of prestashop, in the localization.

Then add the translation of the description for each product

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I don't have problem with translation.

I have problem, that some products I am selling in just one language. And if I create one product in my default language, Presta creates instantly mutation in other languages, but with content from default language.

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Hi, sorry I don't get well. Is the store multilanguage?

Then for your products, are in one language because you receive the description in one language only or you want to have in one language only?

 

 

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No problem, thank you ....

Som eproducts are selled only in some languages, not every product in every language.

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Ok, let's try this way.

Prestashop needs to have descriptions available in all languages, and if you don't insert it, PS assigned the same text to all languages. This you cannot avoid. And this is also good for the SEO.

Assuming you have 2 languages installed, EN and ES.

When you load the product description in EN, also ES gets the English text. Then you need to update (or import if you do from a file) the description in ES.

If for some product you have only in EN, when your browser is set for Spanish language, will see the description in "English".

If some products are only in Spanish, it will happen the same on the other way round

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Thank you for info.

This behavior I wanted to avoid. Because I wanted to have time to translate it.

OK, I think I can live with that 🙂

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