AddSearch allows automatic language detection of your pages based on language meta tags. When your users search, the language of the search results matches the language of the search page. This way your users never get confused by search results displayed in other languages.
Multilingual support is available for all plans.
There are cases where you may want to display pages with all the languages together in the results. For instance, if you have most of your pages in English and only a few press releases in another language.
To disable automatic language detection, follow these instructions:
Disabling automatic language detection allows you to show the search results in all languages. Disabling the automatic language detection takes effect immediately and does not require a re-crawl.
AddSearch uses two methods to determine the language of a page. If you have a multilingual website and are seeing different languages mixed together in your search results, please review that you’re using either of these methods to tell AddSearch the language of the page:
xml:lang attribute in the
HTML tag, as follows:
<html lang="es"> <html xml:lang="es">
content-language meta tag in the HEAD section of your page, as follows:
<meta name="dc.language" content="es" /> <meta http-equiv="content-language" content="es" />
The examples above set the language to Spanish.
Your PDF files need to have Language meta information in place. See Adobe’s instructions how set the Language.
Our search results box is translated to following languages. If you need another language let us know and we’ll work it out.