annaJuly 1, 2014 at 4:13 pm #44932
To translate the theme in different languages and display all languages in your website, you need a multi-language plugin. And that plugin must have at least a language widget.
NOTE: WPML is the only one we tested and for which plugin we can offer a help chapter to review as support – http://help.wpresidence.net/2015/10/29/wpml-help/
The rest of the suggestions are from the clients and they must be tested with caution. Support for all multi language plugins are offered by plugin developers.
1. FREE If you want a plugin that uses an API to translate (like Google API, or Bing API) – and you don’t have to make any modifications to the translation, you can use something like Transposh –https://wordpress.org/plugins/transposh-translation-filter-for-wordpress/
3. PAID If you want to spend the time and manually translate each item on your website to multiple languages, you can use WPML – http://wpml.org/
NOTE: Theme is officially supported by WPML – http://wpml.org/documentation/theme-compatibility/davideJuly 3, 2014 at 8:15 am #45198
Thanks Anna for your reply,
I think I will use WPML (probabilly I will use it in a other project, I want to use the same solution for many sites).
I must give to the registered users the possibility to add, manually, the various languages translations (Property descriptions, Property details…) : with WPML can I add this possibility?
DavideAnnaJuly 3, 2014 at 8:22 am #45199
WPML doesn’t allow multiple languages support in front end submission. Admin must translate all submissions in admin.
I don’t know of any plugin that can allow that in front end submission. If you know one, you can test, but as far as I can tell, there is none that can do that.
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