As we all know the Internet is a global network that links the entire world, so obviously your site visitors can come from different countries with different culture. Users' interests and taste always differ, depending on various external factors such as religion, idiosyncrasy or even geography.

There are lots of things that are banned in other countries but are completely legal in US, for instance. That’s why we have created Region Switcher that will help you filter your content for your site visitors from all over the world.

Besides that Region Switcher is a must when you add specific gaming products that are allowed in different countries depending on the license you operate with.

Once you've identified where the traffic is coming from, this Element will make it super easy for your clients to switch between regions.

All you need to do is simply drag and drop it t to your crafting area and customize it the way you want.

General Settings

First of all, move to General Settings and set the Layout: do you want the switcher be visible as a Popup or On-page?

It's also up to you to enable or disable Showing Flag, Label and Language and set the Distance between Languages.

You can additionally display a language through the Region Name or a Short Code.



Style Settings

You can now move to the next section to choose the desired Fonts, set Borders and Height as well as select all the right Colors and Shadows



Afterwards you can align your Element as you like: to top, center or bottom. Just hit the Vertical Alignments button and choose the one you want.

Almost buttoned up. Simply set the Visibility Settings and that’s it. You can set its Visibility to Only on Mobile/Desktop/Tablet or enable all the fields to make it appear on all the devices.

Now let’s get to Location Visibility. Here you can Include or exclude specific cities or countries or set the appropriate Custom IP.

You can even make certain elements visible only to the logged in users of your website via the Session Visibility option. This works well with User Account element and can come in handy if you want to hide some content from users until they sign up to your website.

Don't need the element anymore? Just hit the Trash icon to remove it from your website.




Continue reading: How to assign a Language to a Domain to fully set up the region switcher.

That's it, now go ahead and make a wise use of this functionality. You can also get more insight on the rest of the elements here and gaming elements here.

As you're reading this, our enthusiastic team is already working on implementing new elements, designer blocks and functionalities, so stay tuned!

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