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WordPress translation plugin comparison based on page load time

Top WordPress Translation Plugins Compared Based On Page Load Time

One of the main concerns when choosing a WordPress translation plugin is how it affects your website speed. A slower website will negatively affect your page rankings, traffic and eventually revenue. Therefore we decided to perform several speed tests on some of the most popular WordPress translation plugins just to give an idea of the […]

Translation blocks

Translating entire paragraph at once

In this article I’m going to illustrate how to translate a large piece of text together using TranslatePress. To understand why you would want to do that, let me start with an example. So you’re translating your website with TranslatePress. Your website is a blog written in English and you plan to make it multilingual. […]

Translate ajax strings in WordPress

Loading content with AJAX is used by a lot of 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 this in: checkout pages multi-step […]

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 […]