TranslatePress Launch – From concept to product

[UPDATE]: We’re now at 20,000+ active installs on WordPress.org and passed 4500$/month in revenue. Sign up to our newsletter to find out what happened in the year since our TranslatePress multilingual plugin launch. When you launch a new project there’s always a buzz of excitement, hope, relief, but also fear of failure and disappointment. This […]

Translate ajax strings in WordPress

Loading content with AJAX is used by a lot of WordPress themes and plugins to show content and extend functionality without reloading the page. For a fully multilingual website, we need to translate AJAX strings in WordPress, as well as standard strings from your posts and pages. In WordPress, you’ll see ajax strings in: checkout […]

The Value of Sponsoring a WordCamp (TranslatePress Perspective)

Just a few days ago, we got back from WordCamp Bucharest where our team members switched various hats: support the event as Gold Sponsors showcase the TranslatePress project to the WordPress community attend the conference and listen to the interesting talks   Sponsoring a WordCamp Building brand awareness Just one month after the launch, this […]

Translate Dynamic Strings in WordPress

Translate Dynamic Strings in WordPress

Sometimes it can be quite challenging to translate dynamic strings in WordPress for two main reasons: they come from a plugin or theme that is not using gettext for their strings they are user created and saved in plugin or theme options, in user meta or in a custom table the translation plugin doesn’t know […]

WordPress in More Languages – Getting Started

WordPress by default is NOT multilingual. You can set up your language when installing it, but that just localizes your site to a language so your WordPress in more languages is not something as straightforward as publishing a post. Because of this, adding multilingual functionality can be done through a translation plugin, setting up a […]