Our client does not need their entire website to be translated into multiple languages. However, they have a webform that provides a number of different languages in a dropdown, and would like the form labels to be displayed in the chosen language.

Creating multiple versions of the form would be a maintenance headache. Is there a way to tap into Webform and Drupal's localization facilities without the complexity of introducing it to the entire website, so just in the scope of the form?

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You probably need to enable configuration translation to be able to easily translate webforms.

  • Thanks. I found by adding the languages but enabling very few of the options, I was able to translate the Webform without having an impact on the rest of the website. Webform is a fantastic module, by the way.
    – Geat
    Commented Oct 28, 2021 at 21:28

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