Polylang adds multilingual content management support to WordPress.
Polylang allows you to create a bilingual or multilingual WordPress site. You write posts, pages and create categories and post tags as usual, and then define the language for each of them. The translation of a post, whether it is in the default language or not, is optional. The translation has to be done by the site editor as Polylang does not integrate any automatic or professional translation service.
The plugin admin interface is currently available in 37 languages: English, French, German by Christian Ries, Russian by yoyurec and unostar, Greek by theodotos, Dutch by AlbertGn, Hebrew by ArielK, Polish by Peter Paciorkiewicz, Bartosz and Sebastian Janus, Latvian by @AndyDeGroo, Italian by Luca Barbetti, Danish by Compute, Spanish by Curro, Portuguese by Vitor Carvalho, Lithuanian by Naglis Jonaitis, Turkish by darchws and Abdullah Pazarbasi, Finnish by Jani Alha, Bulgarian by pavelsof, Belarusian by Alexander Markevitch, Afrikaans by Kobus Joubert, Hungarian by Csaba Erdei, Norwegian by Tom Boersma, Slovak by Branco (WebHostingGeeks.com), Swedish by matsii and Jon Täng, Catalan by Núria Martínez Berenguer, Ukrainian by cmd soft, http://getvoip.com/ and Andrii Ryzhkov, Estonian by Ahto Naris, Venetian by Michele Brunelli, simplified Chinese by Changmeng Hu, Indonesian by ajoull, Arabic by Anas Sulaiman, Traditional Chinese by 香腸, Czech by Přemysl Karbula, Serbian by Sinisa, Myanmar by Sithu Thwin, Croatian by Bajro, Brazilian Portuguese by Henrique Vianna, Georgian by Tours in Georgia
Most of the flags included with Polylang are coming from famfamfam and are public domain. Icons are coming from Icomoon and are licensed under GPL. Wherever third party code has been used, credit has been given in the code’s comments.
Requires: 3.5 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.1.1
Last Updated: 2015-2-18
Active Installs: 80,000+
94 of 261 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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