AddThis Academy

An ever-growing library of resources to help you become a better online marketer.

Implementing Localization with AddThis

AddThis supports localization in many languages. By default the language used is determined by the user’s browser settings so you don’t have to do anything to provide localized tools to your users.

Note: Content you add to the tools, such as related post titles and audience targeting messages will not be automatically localized.

Available Languages

Here are the languages currently supported by AddThis, along with the two letter code that you can use in configuration to specify the language.

Language Code
English en
Afrikaans af
Albanian sq
Arabic ar
Azerbaijani az
Basque eu
Belarusian be
Bengali bn
Bosnian bs
Bulgarian bg
Catalan; Valencian ca
Chinese zh
Croatian hr
Czech cs
Danish da
Dutch; Flemish nl
Estonian et
Faroese fo
Finnish fi
French fr
Galician gl
German de
Greek (Modern) el
Hebrew he
Hindi hi
Hungarian hu
Icelandic is
Indonesian id
Irish ga
Italian it
Japanese ja
Korean ko
Latvian lv
Lithuanian lt
Luxembourgish lb
Macedonian mk
Malayalam ml
Mongolian mn
Malay ms
Norwegian Bokmål nb
Norwegian no
Occitan oc
Persian fa
Polish pl
Portuguese pt
Romanian ro
Russian ru
Northern Sami se
Serbian sr
Slovak sk
Slovenian sl
Swahili sw
Spanish es
Sundanese su
Swedish sv
Tagalog tl
Tamil ta
Telugu te
Thai th
Turkish tr
Ukrainian uk
Urdu ur
Vietnamese vi
Welsh cy

Overriding Default Localization

If you would like to override a user’s default browser localization, you can use this code to specify the two-letter code from the table above. Just add this anywhere on the page:

<script type="text/javascript">
var addthis_config = addthis_config||{};
addthis_config.lang = 'es' //show in Spanish regardless of browser settings;
</script>
Implementing Localization with AddThis
5 (100%) 1 vote

Was this article helpful to you?