New Relic documentation exists on these sites:
You can toggle between languages with a button in the top menu bar.
Every doc's frontmatter includes its translation status.
If there is no
translate: element in the frontmatter, the doc has not been translated into any other languages.
translate: element has a language abbreviation, such as
jp, then the doc has been translated, will be translated, or is under consideration for translation. For example:
---title: 'NRQL syntax, clauses, and functions'translate:- jp- krmetaDescription: "A detailed reference list of clauses and functions in NRQL, the New Relic query language."redirects:- /docs/insights/using-nrql
The site runs an automatic job once a day to automatically translate changes to docs into target languages.
The site's front end uses the doc's translation status information to display the SEO
hreflang element for a page. This tells search engines that the page also has a version available in the specific language.
<link rel="alternate" href="https://docs.newrelic.com/jp/" hreflang="ja" />