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Multi language support for wordpress websites – take 2


My first attempt at multi language support for this website was based on a wordpress plugin that requires a fee after the trial period. It is not out of the question to pay for a translation service but if a fee can be avoided, why not. So I read some reviews of various paid and free wordpress plugins and decided to try one that simply relies on Google Translate to do the translation work.

Unlike the previous plugin which created a new website for each chosen language, the google translate plugin just translates the whole website AS IS in place. There may be a downside to this approach but at this point I can’t think of one so.
Here it is…
audiomeasurements.com – with multi language support

I’m curious to see how it works for visitors in other languages. Give it a try and let me know what you think!

To select different languages, there should be an orange “TRANSLATE” tab at the bottom right of the website. It looks like this:

If you want to add multi language support to your wordpress website via the Google Translate plugin, this link explains how.
wpbeginner.com – how to add google translate in wordpress

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