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Translate Gutenberg Blocks in WordPress

Translating Gutenberg blocks is really straight forward by using TranslatePress. In this tutorial we’ll focus on how to translate Gutenberg blocks of any type, including headings, paragraphs with different formatting, quotes, lists, images, buttons and more. Gutenberg is the default editor for WordPress, which is part of the core since WordPress 5.0. It has a strong […]

How to Translate WordPress Forms of any type

Translating WordPress forms is now easier than ever. Using TranslatePress you can create bilingual or multilingual WordPress forms. You’ll be able to translate WordPress forms (including all form fields and messages) directly from the front-end in just a few clicks, using a visual translation interface. All this without the need to create separate forms, one […]

From 0 to 4500$/month with a new WordPress multilingual plugin. Transparency Report #1

Key learnings from launching TranslatePress, a WordPress multilingual plugin that anyone can use The WordPress plugin ecosystem is quickly becoming a very crowded space. It’s getting harder and harder to get noticed and build something people will use, even more so pay for. Over the course of 12 months, TranslatePress grew to over 20K active […]

Automatic User Language Detection in TranslatePress

Redirecting visitors to their own language preference based on browser language or IP address is a feature often requested by our TranslatePress users. This can be easily achieved using the Automatic User Language Detection add-on. Below we’ll go through the reasons for using automatic user language detection as well as how it’s implemented in TranslatePress. Why […]

TranslatePress Launch – From concept to product

[UPDATE]: We’re now at 60,000+ active installs on WordPress.org and passed 10000$/month in revenue. Sign up to our newsletter and browse our transparency reports to find out what happened 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 […]

Translate Dynamic Strings in WordPress

Translate Dynamic Strings in WordPress

Sometimes it can be quite challenging to translate dynamic strings in WordPress. And this is 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 the plugin or theme options, in user meta or in a custom table the […]

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 translating 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 WordPress […]