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  1. Raymen says:

    Hello, is your plugin compatible universally with every theme or is there any Minimum pre qualifications I have to check? I am using a Property Portal.

    • Agnes Bury says:

      Is the ‘Property Portal’ a new of your theme? If so, can you send me a link to its page?

      Generally speaking every theme that uses WordPress API runs multilingual with WPML.
      You will be able to translate your posts, pages, categories, tags, menus, images, custom posts and taxonomies, even custom fields irrespective of a theme chosen.
      But currently the themes offered in the WP marker are more and more sophisticated and offer more and more custom options. These to be translated require the presence of so called wpml config file. Some developers can create this file themselves, while for others it is a challenge. This is why we ask theme authors for their help here. When a theme author provides his/her theme with such a file your works is easy – all the theme depended strings will appear in our String translation module.

      If this the case, you will find this theme in our compatibility list:

      What should work without any problems even if your theme is not announced as WPML fully compatible. You will still be able to translate:
      posts, pages, menus, tags, categories, custom post types, custom fields, taxonomies, different strings etc.

  2. Hanmin Park says:


    I was wondering if i can show different
    content depending on the language setting
    All the while using the same domain name “domain.com”

    English site shows content: ABC
    Korean site shows content: QWE

    Dont want to translate posts, but rather show different content per language.

    English users would only see the English menus+posts.
    and Korean users only Korean menu+posts.


    • Agnes Bury says:


      “Dont want to translate posts, but rather show different content per language.”

      This is what WPML is for. WPML doesn’t translate your posts automatically but let you provide the content for each language yourself.

      You don’t have to have each post/page translated. WPML allows you to have some pages/posts in English and others in Korean (they don’t have to match like 1:1).
      You also have full freedom to decide what to include in a menu for each language.

  3. Toni says:

    I’m planning to buy your software but I wan’t to ask is it compatible with wordpress basic theme “Twenty Eleven” ?

  4. David says:

    I make websites for my customers and many of them are multilingual. So far, I have solved this problem with another WordPress installation on a sub-domain, but it’s not really comfortable.
    I would like to ask you, if I have many multilingual sites, do I have to buy WPML plugin for each site or can I use it for all of them? Thank you

  5. Sakis Varatzas says:

    Hello i’m interested in buying WPML MULITILINGUAL CMS package for 1 year to test it and then if I will be satisfied I will buy the LIFETIME package. What is the price to upgrade from MULTILINGUAL CMS to the LIFETIME PACKAGE?

    • Agnes Bury says:

      Hi, if you upgrade within 30 days before your CMS subscription expires, you will pay only the diffidence (Lifetime – CMS). We will send an automatic notification 30 days before and also in your WPML account you will find a link to upgrade.

  6. Margaret says:

    Could you maybe advise.
    I’m looking at WPML subscriptions.
    It is not clear to me if I get ALL the WPML plugins with a lifetime subscription or just the one?

    I have a site that needs:

    – String translation
    – Media
    – Mulilingual CMS
    – Translation management

    Are these ALL included in the lifetime subscription or must I purchase a separate ‘life subscription’ for each?

  7. Anna says:

    I website is designed by Legato Theme , I also use different plugins like woocommerce, megamenu etc, I would like to convert my website in to a Multilanguage website(English and Arabic).But my theme is not yet certified by WPML. So how can I use wpml in such scenario. I am looking to buy The complete solution for multilingual websites with WordPress . Can I get any support from wpml team to convert my theme to Multilanguage.

    • Agnes Bury says:

      Hi Anna, our compatibility theme only works with theme authors. WPML works well with WooCommerce. If you plan your website support Arabic, please make sure that your theme support RTL as well.

      • Anna says:

        Thank you for your reply, My theme developers(Color labs ) is not ready to give any support for wpml . As I told you earlier my theme is not yet certified by WPML.
        May I know how to translate my website to a Multilanguage site with out team developers support.

        Plz let me know if you can develop the required files as a paid service, if so let me know the commercials.

  8. Gianluca says:

    Hi, with the CMS multilanguages (79$) version are included in the price add on for examples WPML Media Translation, WPML String Translation WPML Translation Management, etc and support for woocommerce ?

  9. nelson says:

    hello ..
    English is not much use google translator …
    buy the software and put in wordpress using code
    to the left of each language can I get a carecter > …
    how I can fix this

  10. Teijo says:

    Where is “the Renew Your Subscription link” ????

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