xili-language lets you create and manage multilingual WP site in several languages with yours or most famous localizable themes. Ready for CMS design.
Unfortunately it's the only one that works with my template. Menues are a nightmare to translate, and instructions and tips are kinda-google-translated, hardly understandable. Hate to be this harsh but I also hate having to waste hours for nothing.
I have a multi language site of English and Japanese, I originally just wanted to make an English site but I reside in Japan and many of my friends are Japanese and they recommended to make it to bilingual......so I tried qtanslate-x first with Fashonista. Once it was working but when I switch to Auberge, it failed. I research for an alternative and found xili language plugin. I feel having different language posts separately is better way than having them as one post. I still have few problems to fix but thanks to xili language, my site is up and running :) They are also nice with mail support too!
When I try to activate this plugin my dashboard doesn't load. It's a completely white page! The only way I could delete this plugin is through FTP. If I didn't know how to do that there would be no way I could get into my site. Don't EVER recommend!
I am on WordPress Multisite and I installed the plugin on just one of my sites for testing purposes. I then deactivated the plugin and now I want to delete it, but I am given the following message on a whote screen:
Impossible to erase plugin settings in multisite mode - need to done site by site before erasing folder !
Please can you tell me how to delete plugin files from my installation? Or is that possible?
It was overall ok but it was just not suiting my purposes. Now I need it deleted please! :)
I only recently started with WP. I have a holiday rental site in 3 languages and needed a WP plugin to do the job. Xili is absolutely great.Yes, there is a learning curve and some things (MENU!!!) are pretty unintuitive. But once you get the hang of it, it's great. Multilanguage menus, posts, recent post widgets, categories (with xili-dictionary), you name it. It even allows you to have different menu entries for different languages, so you don't have to exactly mirror everything.
I use it on several websites. It's very powerful.
Waiting for more improvements..
but why WordPress keeps telling me this `Installation of both xili-language AND bbPress is not completed.
This plugin is on the way to become useful but it has two major problems:
• The UI is not as self-explanatory as it ought to be.
• The poor English used in parts of the plugin and in parts of the documentation makes it hard to understand what to do at times.
An example of the former is that while it’s easy to find how to translate posts (just click the "Create and edit" link in the "Translations of this post" section below the editing area for the post) – there is no obvious pointer to how to make the language menu appear. If you search through the settings you are likely to find it eventually (I did) but some kind of hint of how to do it when you start translating would have been very helpful.
(Hint: go to "Appearance" –> "Menus" in the general settings and add the xili language menu. It’d be great if there were some kind of warning in the xili language plugin if this hasn’t been done (or at least some kind of hint the first time you add a translation).)
A getting started guide would be really helpful too. There is a forum and a blog but they mostly address random questions and information about plugin updates, not how to get started. Even the FAQ doesn’t show the necessary steps to get it up and running to the point that you have (i) a translated post and (ii) a working language menu which also (iii) changes the language of the interface.
The second point (poor English) is only a minor nuisance sometimes, and sometimes it makes it pretty hard to understand what should be done. In the text below, for example, I understand that I should be careful about checking the checkbox below the text and that all the xili-language data will be erased if I do check it, but I don’t get the part about doing it after deactivating the plugin (what happens if I don’t deactivate the plugin first, is it still bad or nothing happens?) and I assume "(only multilingual features)" is trying to reassure me that the posts themselves will remain intact but I’m not certain I got that right:
CAUTION: When checking below, after deactivating xili-language plugin, if delete it through plugins list, ALL the xili-language datas in database will be definitively ERASED !!! (only multilingual features). See Wiki for more details
A cleanup of the language both in the plugin itself and in the documentation would be really helpful.
After trying different language plugins, and desperately thinking creating three different sites (one for each language) with links between them, I finally found THIS!!
A little hard to understand in the beginning, but after a while you notice how flexible and amazing it is! It has an easy interface and the developers have a very clear support site. Thank you!
thanks it is great.