Do you want to translate your WordPress site into multiple languages? There are a few ways to go about this. In this video, we will show you how to easily create a multilingual WordPress site.
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Summary of this Tutorial:
The first method is to translate your site yourself using the polylang plugin.
Start by installing and activating the polylang plugin.
go to Settings, Language to configure the plugin.
You have three tabs to deal with, the language tab lets you add the languages to use.
Under strings translation tab you’ll add the site title, description and date and time to use.
Finally you see the settings tab and this is where you choose your default language as well as the URL structure.
We recommend that you keep the first selection so that if you ever disable the plugin it will not break your links.
You can even set it to detect browser preferred languages.
The other method to translate would be to use the Google Language Translator plugin.
After installing and activating the plugin go to Settings, Google Language Translator to configure.
You can check each box to pick which languages to show on your site.
Google Language Translator