Does a multilingual website need different code to upload?
I have a question regarding google and web master code.
First I added code of the default website. (http://mbrsc.ae/en)
Second I changed the language of the website. (http://mbrsc.ae/ar)
Both codes are same. Do I have to upload codes 2 times for both links?
To add, here is a tool that we use for our own site in dealing with Translations, your tech team should be able to handle this. You just need writers and translators, really and they just upload them
Here are some other sources for Translation As A service:
Just to add to Gee's suggestion you should declare your language on each page. This is not just for Google but also for Browsers. Best practice is to declare your language before the header like this:
I had to remove the HTML markers so that they will display here!
Here is a useful link for you
You can of course determine generic "en" or other variations of "en" such as above with "en-GB" for English - British. This applies for all multiple variant languages such as French, Spanish and Arabic where there are regional variations. You can use generic, i.e., en, fr, es, ar, etc or specify regions en-GB or ar-AE where AE is for UAE, etc.
You can find a list of valid language codes on
and their country related extensions on
Hope this helps.
You don't have to put the code twice. Webmaster Tools (aka Google Search Console) indexes at the domain level.
However, you should make sure that you add language declaration for each language page (rel="alternate" hreflang="x") to let Google know which language you're using on a particular page. Add this either as on-page markup, in the http header, or in your sitemap (but choose only one).