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WordPress 6.4 comes out today with new features and improvements. You can update to it and enjoy full compatibility with WPML. We’ve thoroughly tested WPML with the latest WordPress version and everything works smoothly.

Introducing WordPress 6.4

WordPress 6.4 brings important improvements like better editing tools and more flexible design options, all aimed at enhancing your website’s functionality and user experience. 

Key highlights include:

  • Twenty Twenty-Four Theme: A versatile new default theme that suits a wide range of websites, including businesses and portfolios​​.
  • Font Management: Manage your site’s typography with ease using the new Font Library​​.
  • Image Enhancements: Display images in a Lightbox popup and set background images for your group blocks.
  • Block Editor Upgrades: Enjoy a more streamlined experience with block hooks, improved command palette, and enhanced list view capabilities for easier navigation​​​​.
  • Performance Improvements: Experience smoother page transitions with query loop pagination that no longer requires page reloads.

Enjoy Seamless Compatibility with WPML

Good news – you can update your multilingual website to WordPress 6.4 right away!

We always test WPML against upcoming WordPress releases to ensure compatibility and great performance. If you ever need to update WPML, whether for new features, compatibility, or security, we make sure a new version is available to you ahead of time.

This time around, the thorough compatibility tests conducted by our development team showed no issues. You can upgrade your site to WordPress 6.4 whenever you’re ready and enjoy it with full WPML compatibility from the start.

What’s Your Take?

What feature of WordPress 6.4 are you most excited about? Do you have any questions about WPML’s compatibility? Share your thoughts and join the conversation in the comments section below—we’ll happily respond!

How can we make WPML better for you?

Share your thoughts and comments about our plugin, documentation, or videos by booking a Zoom call with Agnes, our Client Advocate. Your feedback matters and helps us improve.

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6 Responses to “Ready from the Start: WPML Fully Compatible with WordPress 6.4”

    • Hi Edwin,
      You can use WPML and WooCommerce Multilingual 5.2.1 with the HPOS feature, you just need to enable the “Sync mode”. We’ll be releasing a new version of WooCommerce that provides full, native compatibility with this feature in the upcoming weeks.

  1. Dear WPML team,

    As an avid user of WPML, I am excited about the prospect of new features and improvements that a major release usually brings. The continuous development and enhancement of WPML plugin have greatly contributed to the seamless multilingual experience it offers to WordPress users.

    Could you please provide some insights into the anticipated release date for the next major version? Additionally, if there are any notable features or enhancements that you can share a sneak peek of, it would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks in advance.

    Best regards,

    • Hi Steve,
      Thanks for your comment! We have quite some enhancements and updates planned. Next week, we’ll release WooCommerce Multilingual 5.3, which will bring full compatibility with the High-Performance Order Storage (HPOS) feature, improvements to compatibility with Woo add-ons, and other fixes. We’ll also release WPML Export and Import in the next few weeks to make moving multilingual content in WordPress much easier and more intuitive.
      In the coming weeks, you can also expect a minor WPML release which will introduce a new re-translate feature that works when you update the entries in your Glossary.
      We’re planning a major release for early next year. It will significantly improve WPML’s translation workflow and make it easier for you to translate the different elements that make up your WordPress site.

  2. Dear WPML-Team,

    I sadly made the experience that WPML is not completely compatibel with the latest WordPress 6.4.1. I’ve some sites that use German as first language and English as the second. All of them showed the same error after updating to WP 6.4.1: Clicking on the WPML language switcher on the homepage does not take you to the second language but reloads the homepage in the first language. This does not happen on subpages – the language switcher works as expected there. I reverted all my sites back to WP 6.3.2 and the issue is gone.

    I would be glad if you could look into this.
    Best regards

    • Hi Linus,
      I’m sorry to hear about this issue and thank you for bringing it to our attention. Have you already opened a ticket in our Support forum? If not, please open a ticket and describe the issue you’re experiencing. Our team will be able to find the exact cause of this and help you directly.