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How to Hide Content

The following article applies to Global Delivery Network project types. 

Your organization may decide to not translate specific content, so it may be appropriate to hide the original HTML element. In this case, you can use the exclusion class “SL_hide” to both exclude the content from translation and hide the original content on the translated site. This differs from the HTML class name "notranslate" which excludes the content from translation, but displays the original content on the translated site.

For example, consider the following navigation:

<ul>

          <li>About Us</li>

          <li>Products</li>

          <li>Services</li>

          <li class=”SL_hide”>Offices</li>

          <li>Shopping Cart</li>

  </ul>

 

Smartling will translate all of the items in the navigation menu with the exception of “Offices”. This item will be hidden, and not display in the translation.

Given that Smartling excludes the entire HTML element, this may affect the layout on the translated page.

Hiding Content in the Head of a HTML Page

You can hide content in the <head> of HTML page using the "SL:start:hide" class.

For example:

<!-- SL:start:hide -->
<meta property="og:description" content="Smartling will exclude this content." />
<!-- SL:end:hide -->

See also:

  • How to exclude content from translation



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