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They say that we only use 10% of our brain and we’re doing just fine. However, if we use 100% of it, we would become superheroes. I want to help you become WPML experts, so that you can build great multilingual websites with minimal effort.

Just a quick recap. WPML includes these modules:

  • Core (which everyone uses)
  • String Translation
  • Translation Management
  • Sticky Links
  • XLIFF
  • Media Translation
  • Multiple e-commerce glues
  • CMS Navigation

I’m pretty sure that not everyone needs everything, but can you say that there isn’t something here that could make your life much easier and you’re just not aware of?

We’re going to launch a training series soon, which will include short lessons about how to do stuff. We’ll talk about how to best translate different parts of your site (content, theme, plugins and widgets), how to better manage translation, how to optimize for speed and search engines (SEO) and more.

This training will come in the form of short emails. You’ll be able to control what you receive (if any). True, it’s all spread across wpml.org, but it takes digging to get to everything. We think that by compiling it into individual lessons, we can make this a lot more fun than browsing our site looking for hidden gems.

Would you like to tell us what actually bothers and interests you? Leave comments here, so that everyone can see what people want.

95 Responses to “What Percentage of WPML Are You Using?”

  1. I ve purchased the Multilingual Blog, so I do not have the String Translation, but I would really like to know how can I translate a text widget in all my site languages. Even in an other / less automated way, it would be really helpful.

    Thanks!

  2. I’d like to know how to best use WPML for SEO outcomes.
    Upon initial install, we ended up with thousands of missing page links and this affected our site significantly.

    I’d like to see how WPML is best configured so that SEO is not impacted and how to take advantage of our multi-country , multi-lingual blog.

    -Tony.

  3. I’d like to have further information regarding WPML tips to improve optimization.

    And if possible, WPML integration with other plugins (DOs and DONTs)

    Thanks for asking.