Along with WPML, we also maintain several related projects, which allow other kinds of sites to run multilingual.
The “Migrate Polylang to WPML” plugin makes it easy to move sites form Polylang plugin to WPML. It migrates the language information for posts, pages, custom post types and taxonomies.
Of course, you need to have a WPML account to migrate to WPML. The Multilingual Blog account will work for most sites coming from Polylang. To enjoy all the features of WPML, you should get the Multilingual CMS account, which includes String Translation and Translation Management.
If your sidebar widgets are localized with Polylang and you want to migrate their settings, you need to install the free WPML Widgets plugin. This optional extension will allow you to migrate widgets settings in different languages. Also, you need to install the Migrate Polylang to WPML plugin.
Downloading “Migrate Polylang to WPML” Plugin
To download it, go to Migrate Polylang to WPML on Github and get the latest release (on top of the list). In the Downloads section choose the format that you prefer (zip or tar.gz).
Toolset makes it easy to add custom types, fields and taxonomy to any WordPress site, running any theme. With Toolset, you will add custom types to the WordPress admin and display them on the front-end, without writing any PHP.
Using custom types and fields, you can develop rich sites that are simple to maintain. While it’s relatively easy to add custom types to the WordPress admin, displaying them on the front-end can take a lot of work.
Toolset makes this painless, by allowing you to display custom content on the front-end, without writing a single line of PHP.
You will be able to design:
- Templates for single-item pages
- Archive pages (critically important for your site’s SEO)
- Custom lists of content, anywhere in the site
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WooCommerce Multilingual makes it easy to run multilingual e-commerce sites with WooCommerce and WPML. The plugin streamlines the translation process, so that you only need to translate the texts. Translations for products, categories and variations are created automatically for you.
Using Gravity Forms with WPML
In this short tutorial we’ll show you how you can translate forms created by Gravity Forms using WPML.
Why translate forms
You can use any contact form plugin and simply create different forms, per language. So, what’s the benefit in translating the same form to different languages?
The reason is convenience.
Setting up a form may be a complex process. Often, you may want to include logic for notifications, validation and other “behind the scenes” settings. Additionally, it’s often easier to insert a single “contact us” form into your content, without having to worry about what form in which language you are inserting.
WPML lets you create one set of forms with Gravity Forms, in your language. Then, you only need to translate the texts that appear in the forms and WPML will display the form in the right language. It’s the same form and any changes you do on it will apply instantly to all languages.
Ready? Let’s get started!
Use BuddyPress plugin with WPML to make your social network multilingual.
BuddyPress is a powerful WordPress plugin that let’s you transform or add to your web site, a social network, transforming WordPress users into network members, creating groups, having activity stream and much more. BuddyPress Multilingual 1.5 allows BuddyPress sites to run multilingual using the WPML plugin. In this short tutorial I’ll show you what is expected when using a BuddyPress Multilingual powered site.
A few weeks ago, we reached out to our clients for help in finding solutions to import multilingual websites. We received positive replies from many people, and we immediately started working on this.
Today, we are happy to say that we can offer our clients a stable way to import content between WPML-driven websites. We worked closely with the WP All Import development team and rewrote the WPML All Import add-on.
This WooCommerce extension lets you choose which payment gateways to display for different countries, as determined by the customer’s billing address.
Some payment options (gateways) are only available to clients in specific countries. The Internet has turned the world into one global village, but still, many payment options are limited by country. These limitations are due to tax reasons, billing infrastructure, currencies, and what have you. No matter what the reason is, WCGCL will let you choose which payment gateways to offer for clients in different countries.
Limiting payment gateways per country
After you install and activate this extension, all checkout options are available to all countries as before. Then, you can choose the availability of different payment options, for different countries.
Go to WooCommerce->Settings and click Checkout tab.
Now, click on the link with the name of the payment gateway that you want to limit to specific countries.
WooCommerce Views allows adding e-commerce functionality to any site, running any theme, using WooCommerce plugin. It lets you build a complete e-commerce section, without having to dive into the complex WooCommerce template system.
WooCommerce Views works with Views plugin, letting you create websites from within the WordPress admin. You’ll be able to design product templates and build complex product listings. It augments Views plugin by adding the special fields for WooCommerce functionality.
Once you activate WooCommerce Views, you will be able to insert fields such as ‘product payment’, ‘product image’ and anything else needed to build an e-commerce site.
Everything that you build with WooCommerce Views is fully multilingual ready, making it the easiest way to build multilingual e-commerce sites.
qTranslate is another plugin for multilingual WordPress. It works much differently from WPML. Instead of having different languages in different posts, qTranslate places all languages in the same post.
This importer tool splits the content of different languages to different posts, allowing your site to run with WPML.
The plugin is available from the WordPress plugins repository:
Single-Language Conversion (no WPML, strip all translations)
If you’re using the qTranslate Importer plugin without WPML, the output will be a site with just one language. The conversion process will ask you which language you want to maintain. All other languages will be deleted from the site.
This is useful if you’ve been experimenting with qTranslate and now you want to clean the database from all those language meta-tags.
At the end of the processing, all posts will have just the one language that you choose.
Why do I need the Multilingual Tools plugin?
The Multilingual Tools plugin can help theme and plugin developers to test their products’ multilingual capabilities. It will automatically add language code or custom notices to translated content, allowing the developer to review what is working correctly and what requires modification to be translated.
In this tutorial, we show you how to create a fully multilingual eCommerce site that sells digital products using Easy Digital Downloads and WPML. This makes products and stores translatable, i.e., it lets your visitors quickly and easily switch between languages and order products in their own language.