When selling to different countries and regions you often manage translations and which currency should be displayed towards people from those places. This is often referred to as Markets and we have support for all markets in Cevoid so that you can display the correct currency and language in all Cevoid widgets based on where the user is browsing from.

Setup a Market

  1. Visit the product and markets setting page

  2. Press the "New market" or "Continue" button

  3. Fill out the form and press "Create Market"

Market details

The main information about your market. All of these fields are mandatory to fill out and set the base for when this market should be activated.

Fields included:

  1. Domain: The specific domain for the market. For example: https://mystore.de or https://mystore.com/de for a german market.

  2. Country / Region: For which country or region is this market active

  3. Language: Which language should be used

  4. Currency: Which currency should be used

  5. Title: Add a name to your market so that you know what it's used for. Can be useful if you have multiple markets for the same country/regions.

  6. Default: Your store can have one default market that is used for fallback cases. If no market matches the current structure this market will be used.

Currency options

If you want to change how you display the currency for your market you can change that here. All of these fields are optional to change and follow the best practice of the currency you chose under Market details.

Advanced options

Here you will find extra settings that affect your market. Everything here is optional.

Feeds (optional)

If you are using a feed integration for your product catalogue you will need to add your Google Shopping feeds here. You can upload multiple feeds if you have your catalogue split up. Usually one is only needed.

Enter the URL to your shopping feed and verify it. The verification will make sure all necessary fields exist. Guide: Google Shopping feed structure

Next, select which identifier you want to use to identify products by and press "Save feed".


Your market is done!

Your first market is now created and the market overview should look like the image below. Now you can create all the other markets for your different languages and currencies.

Here is an example of how it could look for someone that is working with multiple markets.

Here is an example of how it could look for someone that is working with multiple markets. In the image above, galleries loaded on https://yourdomain.com will be displayed in English while galleries loaded on https://yourdomain.com/sv will be show in Swedish.


How do I translate my markets?

Read this guide on how to translate and change any customer facing text!

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