WPML is a popular translation plugin for WooCommerce that is suitable for small to large businesses. It completely translates your site, along with page, posts, product taxonomies, and theme text. It is compatible with major and multiple plugins, themes, and extensions to make sure your site is always functioning properly.
- Consists of over 40 languages and their variants.
- Compatible with WooCommerce and automatically detects areas of translation.
- Powerful Translation Management System that enables you to convert users into translators and give them specific translating jobs.
- Integrates with multiple translation services that do the work for you.
How it Works To get started, create an account on the WPML website, select the Multilingual CMS plan to translate your WooCommerce site. Next, go to WooCommerce > Plugins > Add new and search for the WPML plugin to install and activate it. After activation, register the plugin by entering the site key, which you can find on your account on the WPML website. Next, you need to go to Plugins > Add new > Commercial and look for 4 other WPML plugins: String Translation, Translation Management, Media Translation, and WooCommerce Multilingual. Once downloaded, activate these plugins as well. Now go to WPML > Languages, on the first page you have to set the site’s current language and then select the languages you want to translate it into on the next page. All the selected languages will be added to the language switcher, which you can display anywhere on your site. Once all settings are done, click on the “Let’s continue” button to start translating your site. Here you can fill out basic information regarding translation in store pages and available currencies. Finally, to translate your site, go to WooCommerce > WooCommerce Multilingual, here you will see all the languages you selected, click on the + icon for the language you want to translate into. A product translation page will appear, just type in the translated text in the given fields. And that’s it! Don’t forget to check the “translation is complete” box and click on the “save and close” button.
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