Build a multilingual and SEO friendly website. Linking translations of content and allow visitors to browse your website in different languages.
User Language Switch is a WordPress translation plugin that allows admin users to set the default language for the website and also include translations of pages, posts, custom post types, menus and sidebars. Visitors and users registered can see the website using any of its translations available.
Probably you don't have any other language installed in your WordPress installation nor in your theme. Take a look to the instructions to install other languages to your WordPress website.
Go to the post or page edition page, scroll to the top of the page and click on tab "Screen Options", then check the option "Language".
When you are creating or editing a post, page or custom post page, you can assign as translations posts, pages and custom post types that are already published and that have a language assigned.
First check if your translation have been linked to your post, page or custom post in the edition page. If there is no translation available, then the content of the default language is displayed though other sections of the page could appear in the correct language.
By default the plugin filter posts in languages different to the language you are looking in the website. You can deactivate this feature in the settings page of the plugin. If a post doesn't have a language assigned, then the plugin considers the post in the default language the website.
The plugin doesn't translate content automatically, we recommend professional translations for websites instead automatic translations provided by online tools. Webilop team can help you to find professional translators for your website.
You can submit your pull requests to the code of the plugin through the repository of User Language Switch in Github. Additionally you can contact us at contact[at]webilop.com
Requires: 4.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.4.6
Last Updated: 4 months ago
Active Installs: 1,000+
Got something to say? Need help?