The language that your customers see can be either English or Danish.
But the logic is actually quite a bit smarter than that. Here's how it works:
When someone visits the site, we choose a language based on the following in order:
The user preference can be a little confusing to you as an Admin if you run an account with multiple languages since when you are logged in, you will always see your preferred language.
To test what others see, use another browser where you are not logged in, and pay attention to the language preference settings of your browser.
You can override the choice of locale by adding this snipped to any URL:
?locale=en for English or
?locale=da for Danish.
When you do this, the choice of locale will stay for the remainder of the browsing session.
Thus, if you have a Simplero account primarily targeted towards the Danish market, but you want to send out a link to a product for an English-speaking audience, you can add the ?locale=en to the link, and you can be sure they will see things in English.
If you are running on international business check out this guide for more support