Initialize a Page in Another Locale

Agility allows you to have multiple languages for your website. If your instance has multiple languages, you will be able to toggle between them through the dropdown box above the page tree.

Initializing a Page involves creating a new page in a different language that references the origin page. Let’s walk through what this looks like.

First, Select the page you wish to initialize in another language.

Next, using the Locale Selector, select the local you wish to Initialize the Page in.

You will be asked to Initialize your Page. Fill out mandatory fields and Save.

Once you have initialized your Page, you will notice a red "!" symbol next to your Page Modules. The "!" symbol indicates that this module has not yet been initialized.

Similarly, a red "!" symbol next to a Page indicates that that particular Page has not yet been initialized in the selected locale. 

To Initialize your Page Modules

Simply click on the module you would like to initialize, you will be prompted with a message:

Initialize from another Locale

Initializing the Page Module from another locale will copy the over the content in from the specified Locale.

Initialize as Empty

Initializing as Empty will give you a blank slate to enter new content.


Deleting a Page Module within a page that has been initialized from another locale will delete the Page Module across ALL locales. We highly suggest un-publishing a Page Module before deleting them.