Example 3 : A Property feed with multiple languages
If your data for each item is available in multiple languages it makes sense to provide each of the translations as well. This syntax allows for as many translations as you have available. A container element called jl:content is used to add multiple languages. These containers must declare the language that they are in with a jl:language field as well as any fields that have content in that language. There can be as many jl:content blocks as you have languages.
The following is an annotated example of a file with one property in multiple languages. Colours relate to the blocks used in the anatomy diagram here.