ProcessLanguageFieldExportImport by Ryan Cramer

Enables JSON or CSV export and import of multi-language field translations on pages.

Language field export/import for ProcessWire

Typically the way you translate page field values in ProcessWire is to edit a page, view the text in one language, and translate the text into another language, directly in the page editor.

This module provides an alternative to that process, moving the translation task out of the ProcessWire admin and enabling it to be completed with external tools. It does this by make the multi-language field values exportable and importable via JSON and/or CSV files.

For more details, please please see the dedicated documentation post at: https://processwire.com/blog/posts/language-field-export-import/

Requirements

  • ProcessWire 3.0.200+
  • Multi-language support installed
  • One or more muti-language fields using supported field types

Installation

  1. Extract and copy the files from this module into: /site/modules/ProcessLanguageFieldExportImport/

  2. In the ProcessWire admin, go to “Modules > Refresh”.

  3. Locate this module on the “Site” tab in “Modules” and click “Install”.

  4. The module will now be available at “Setup > Translation export/import”.

Documentation


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