WPML allows you to translate the contents of your site yourself.

You can do this by clicking the “+” icon on the pages listing your site content, or when editing posts and pages.

Starting to translate a post yourself, from the listing page Starting to translate a post yourself, from the editing page
   

When translating a post or page yourself, you will use the same, standard post editor in WordPress.

Manually translating a post using the standard WordPress editor

Translating a post manually using the standard WordPress editor

If you are using WPML Translation Editor, the translation screen looks different. For example, this is the case when you are translating pages created using page builders.

Using Translation Editor to translate a page created using a page builder

Using Translation Editor to translate a page created using a page builder

For more information, read our page about creating translations yourself.

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2 Responses to “Translating the contents yourself”

  1. mikeM-31 says:

    Hi, How can I install and get WPML Translation Editor. I have bought the Multilingual Blog (29$) but I dont know where to access the translation editor to translate my content as I am beginner user. Thanks for a step by step explanation as I’m new to this.

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