Hello! I didn’t see a similar topic and our situation seems unique.
I’m trying to understand why we would see translation “bleed-through” on our website.
We use the GlobalLink OneLink (
translations.com/globallink/products/onelink.html) proxy translation of our origin server (WWW) content to multiple, translated subdomains. There’s a mix of machine and manual translation happening.
The OneLink spider crawls WWW then translates to memory that displays on proxy sites like
jp.website.com. (we are not
website.com but I’m using that as a replacement.)
Users visit WWW and choose a link to change their language, which flips their view to a subdomain like
jp.website.com for Japanese, for example.
But what we’re seeing in random cases is “bleed-through” of Japanese appearing on CloudFlare cached WWW (English source). When I clear CloudFlare cache (that specific page), the issue is resolved. It was in the cache.
We use a CNAME like
jp.website.com.86400 IN CNAME
Then here’s our setup for WWW
www.website.com.900 IN CNAME
Somewhere in this chain, there’s an opportunity for caching to pick up the translation “bleed-through”?
Thanks for your time and consideration here! Please let me know if anything reads unclear, and I’d be happy to elaborate or correct it.