How to Create
Multilingual Websites

Content layout and language selection controls
There are two ways of making a multilingual website. The first one is to create two or three projects with separate domains. The second one is to create several pages in different languages within one project.
1
Multiple Websites in Different Languages
To make a two-language website, you have to create two projects (Tilda Business Plan is required). You may find it easier to create an entire project in one language first, then copy and translate it.
To copy a page, go to the Page Settings → Actions → Duplicate page. To move the page to another website, go to the Page Settings → Actions → Move page.

Unfortunately, you cannot duplicate the whole website. We are planning to add this feature in the future, however.
First, you need to set up a header for all the projects. To do this, go to the Block Library → Menu. Add an ME204 block, an adaptable menu block (ME301, ME302, ME303), or a hamburger menu block (ME401, ME402, ME304). After that, open the Content panel of the block, specify the languages, and provide the links to the projects.
To create pages in three languages (Russian, English, and German, for example):

— Add EN/DE to the Russian-language website
— Add RU/DE to the English-language website
— Add RU/EN to the German-language website

This way, users coming to your Russian-language website can switch to German or English versions. If they find themselves on the English-language website, they can switch to the Russian and German versions.

It is impossible to create websites with more than three language options without a specialist's help.
2
One Website in Multiple Languages
If you have a single-page website and do not need a header (i.e., elements visible across all pages), you can create different versions of the page within one website (you need to have Tilda Free Plan or Tilda Personal Plan to do this).

Create two pages in different languages and add a menu block to either. To add a menu block, go to the Block Library → Menu. You may choose a ME204 block, an adaptable menu block (ME301, ME302, ME303), or a hamburger menu block (ME401, ME402, ME304). After that, open the Content panel of the block, specify the languages, and provide the links to the pages.
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