Eric Doster


What languages will Dozuki support in the future?


I've gotten questions about internationalization from several people, so I thought I'd repost one of them here:

My company has an international presence: offices around the U.S. as well as Europe and Australia. Hence, we need the ability to display our instruction manuals in more than just English. Does the Dozuki platform have multilingual support built in?

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Collin MacGregor



We are currently developing support for language localization. The plan would be for you to develop your content on one base language, that would then be dynamically converted into other languages. We are trying to prevent the 'forking' of content on your Dozuki site.

We do have developers actively working on This feature, but it will not be immediately available after Dozuki's launch. The initial languages we will be supporting with this feature will include:

  • Japanese
  • Chinese
  • French
  • German

We are also working towards including these as well:

  • Italian
  • Spanish
  • Russian

On the other hand, you can currently create your entire site using a single language of your choice. Some of our beta users have already made sites in Dutch, Spanish, and Russian.

Dozuki is UTF-8 compliant. We are interested in expanding our language capabilities. If you have specific language requirements, or are interested in learning more about this feature please contact Bruce Klickstein:

Bruce [at] dozuki.com

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