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  1. Roger Villeneuve says:

    Hello, I have a client using Qtranslate and The Events Calendar. Tribe announced they are working on full support with WPML. I am considering migrating client site to use WPML instead. Does you provide a Qtranslate to WPML migration script/service?

  2. Damion says:

    Hello, how many languages are support on one site? We are wanting to install 10 languages which equates to around 900 pages total once complete. Are there performance considerations we should be taking into account here also?

    Thank you

    • Agnes Bury says:

      Hi Damion,

      Hi Damion, using WPML you can set up as many languages as you want and adding new and new languages won’t affect your site performance. So, from the performance point of view, there is no significant difference if you have 3 languages or 7.

      But please note that WPML doesn’t translate your contents automatically. You need to insert the translations yourself or you can send your contents to one of the professional translate services integrated with WPML (paid extra, depending on the number of words you need to translate).

  3. enea says:

    Hi all,
    I was wondering if your plugin is compatible with Learndash.
    I am testing other multilingual plugin, however I have issues to integrate LD.
    The LD course outline doesn’t pop up when I switch a language from the widget in the header.
    I’d like to know if your plugin works fine with it.


  4. Simon says:

    What meaning “Account renewal per year” ?
    That after one year if i don’t make renew my plugin installed on my site in Wp no work more?

    • Agnes Bury says:

      If you buy the CMS version and don’t renew it after the first year, your WPML won’t stop working but you will lose access to future releases and support help. After the first year, you can also renew to the Lifetime version and pay the difference in cost.

  5. Simon says:


    Sorry but I don’t understanding, but here https://wordpress.org/plugins/woocommerce-multilingual I can download your plugin for free at Version

    So then why i must purchase your plugin if here i can download for free?


    • Agnes Bury says:

      This is the WooCommerce Multilingual plugin for turning your online store to multilingual ones. And this one is free indeed and it is an extension for WPML. So you need to have WPML installed if you want to use this one.

  6. Ermin says:

    Can we buy the Multilingual CMS and then when we have the funds buy the CMS Lifetime?

    • Agnes Bury says:

      Yes, you can. UPgradeing to Lifetime will be possible within 30 days before your Multilingual CMS expires. You will find a link in your WPML account to upgrade. You will pay the difference in cost.

  7. Patrycja says:


    we are a translation company that uses Memsource’s translation environment. We’d like to start using Memsource connector for WP so that we can translate WP websites directly in Memsource.

    Just to make sure: if we purchase the WPML plug-in, will we be able to install it on multiple WP-websites (even if they have different domains)?

    • Agnes Bury says:

      Hi Hinse,
      in such a case, there is still a good chance that your theme will work with WPML. Please give it a try and test it yourself. Our refund policy allows you to test WPML for 30 days without any risk.

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