Learn about Localization settings in Fundraise Up.
Fundraise Up’s localization tools enable you to translate the donor experience into more than 20 languages. From the Localization page in the Dashboard, you can configure the languages you want to support, and set rules for how Fundraise Up will serve translations.
The default language setting determines which language is shown first in Dashboard content editors. The selection is also used as the default language when a donor’s language preferences cannot be detected.
You can toggle the languages you want to support in Checkout, Elements, and Donor Portal, from the UI languages section of Localization settings. When localizations are enabled, platform labels will be displayed in localized languages, and you can input translations for editable content.
You can enable localization support for the following languages:
|English (United Kingdom)||Portuguese (Brazil)|
|English (United States)||Portuguese (Portugal)|
|French (Canada)||Spanish (Latin American)|
Using localization rules, you can configure how Fundraise Up should serve translations to website visitors. There are three rules you can apply:
- Select UI and content language based on browser preference: Fundraise Up will localize Checkout, Elements, and Donor Portal based on the language settings configured in a website visitor’s browser.
- Select UI and content language based on website URL: You can input the URLs of pages that should activate localization for a specific language.
URL Language to display https://mycharity.org/es Spanish https://mycharity.org/donate/norway NorwegianWildcard values (*) can be used to target entire websites or directories. For example, if the website
https://mycharity.org/jashould display Fundraise Up in Japanese on any page, then the wildcard value should be added to the rule and expressed like this:
- Select UI based on URL parameter
_langand js variable
Fundraise Up includes separate localization toggles for emails. This enables you to take advantage of pre-localized content in Checkout, Elements, and Donor Portal, without needing to provide custom translations for email content. As you create this content for each language, you can enable email localization.
You can enable email localization for the following languages:
Localization throughout the platform
The options configured on the Localization page are applied at the account level. In other areas of the platform, you can apply granular localization settings.
Explore localization in other areas of the platform: