Adrian Spiac, Author at TranslatePress

Translate Widgets in WordPress tutorial

How to Translate Widgets in WordPress + Show Different Widgets based on Language

If you’re looking to build a multilingual WordPress site learning how to translate WordPress widgets content is critical in order to have a fully translated website. Translating widgets content in WordPress in not always straight forward, that’s why choosing the right translation tool is important. Some translation plugins will require that you register widget fields […]

DeepL integration for TranslatePress WordPress

DeepL Integration available in TranslatePress

If you’re looking for an easy way to automatically translate your WordPress site, you can achieve this by using the new DeepL Integration available in TranslatePress. Since a significant amount of TranslatePress users have been enthusiastically requesting DeepL support (stating that it’s better than Google Translate), we had to oblige. The result: you can now […]

Translate Images in WordPress - Tutorial

How to Translate Images in WordPress [Complete Guide]

When building a multilingual website, the ability to translate images in WordPress is a common request when you need to show different images for different languages. Translating images in WordPress comes in really handy especially when you deal with images containing text, text that needs to be translated for each language. Image translation, or more […]

Translate Contact Form 7 using TranslatePress featured image

Translate Contact Form 7 using TranslatePress

This tutorial highlights how to create multilingual forms built using Contact Form 7 together with TranslatePress. How to Translate Widgets in WordPress + Show Different Widgets based on Language Contact Form 7 is the most popular contact form plugin for WordPress. It’s free and powers over 5 million websites. Translating forms built with Contact Form […]