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Best WordPress Translation Plugins for a Multilingual Website

You might be thinking, which is the best WordPress translation plugin for a Multilingual
Website. If you research, you’ll find a lot of options, circling on the internet. But which is the
best plugin, and how to use it? Google suggests many, but how many of them are reliable? How
to use a particular plugin and why is it so popular? These are some of the things you might be
contemplating as you begin your search for the best WordPress translation plugin for a
Multilingual Website.
WordPress is the world famous open source platform giving options to create your own website
in your language. Millions around the world use word press to create their own website but,
the crux of the problem is WordPress doesn’t have enough linguistic tools.
To counter your conjectures, here is a list of proven Wordpress plugins that are certainly going
to help you in creating a website in native languages. We are going to check some of the
prosWPML of the plugins so, that you can decide the best plugin for you.

TranslatePress
Translate press is a powerful tool that allows you to translate the website from the front-end.
Here the user can bring-in about changes about any part of the website. Without changing the
interface, you can also change content, theme, plugins, and even meta-data. The plugin also
helps to create public-friendly SEO URL's in desired languages. This prospect helps in improving
the page rank on SEO search results.
Pricing: This is not a freeware and you need to purchase it and the pricing starts from €79 for
personal license.
For more details click on: how to easily translate WordPress with TranslatePress
WPML
It is one of the most popular translation plugins. It allows its users to translate content, themes,
plugins, and more. All this is possible with the help of powerful translation management the
plugin has. It is as an easy to use interface, and it aids to manage and translate multilingual
content across the website. It supports all post taxonomies, custom fields, strings generated
and types which are assigned by the WordPress themes and plugins.

Pricing: $29 for Multilingual Blog version and $79 for Multilingual CMS.
For more details click on: create a multilingual WordPress site with WPML
Polylang
The next best tool to create a multilingual or bilingual Wordpress site, and this is a powerful
tool. It has a pretty simple interface, which empowers you to translate your custom post types,
pages, widgets, posts and more. It doesn't have enough plugins to support Wordpress plugins
and theme. It doesn't have eCommerce support and to have it one has to buy it for, an extra
cost. It empowers to create SEO friendly URL for different languages. It also works well with
famous WordPress SEO plugins. Adding language switcher to the website as a sidebar widget
helps the user to select a language.
Pricing: The most basic version of it is free of cost. But to get the Pro version of it one has to pay
€99.
For more details click on: multilingual WordPress site with Polylang
Weglot

Weglot, it is a cloud-based website translation platform. It is compatible with Shopify,


BigCommerce, WordPress and more. Weglot API is needed while installing, as it helps to
connect a WordPress site to Weglot. Soon after this step, one can choose their preferred
language, site language and other languages, that are to be added. To make these changes, you
can reach Weglot's website, and from there you can make the changes you wish to.
Subsequently, they can send it to the live website. Some of the other features include language
switcher button, third-party translation services, WooCommerce support, URL support and
more. The monthly pricing policy makes Weglot a much costly affair to use.
Pricing: The pricing starts from €8.25 per month for a language and 10,000 Words
For more details click on this link: https://weglot.com
Multilingual Press
Contrary to other translator tools, Multilingual Press works in a much different way. Using
multilingual press you can create a multilingual website for which this tool uses a built-in
WordPress multisite network for each language rather than using a normal WordPress install.
After which, the plugin efficiently works on the content for an individual language while
enhancing its performance, as it loads one language at a time. A uni-lateral interface helps
manage translations from one single dashboard.
It supports custom post types, taxonomies, pages, posts and more. The architecture is so
precise that every individual language can be on its directory, custom or even a
subdomain, domain name.

Pricing: The price of this translator is $199 / year for a single multisite license.
For more details contact: https://multilingualpress.org/

GTranslate
GTranslate is a Google translation plugin for WordPress, which allows users to translate
WordPress. It directly connects to Google Translate API, and it can fetch translations for any
supported languages. It empowers users to add a language switcher to easily translate their
webpages. Alternatively, based on the user's browser language, it can automatically translate.

The plugin also comes in a paid version, and it allows users to choose SEO friendly URLs and let
search engines index their translated content.

Pricing: It cost you $24.99 per month which is the best among other options available
For details click on: https://gtranslate.io

Transposh WordPress Translation


Transposh translation combines the automated machine translations along with manual human
translations to deliver a better translation.
It provides an easy to use in-context interface on the website, which gives users the chance to
provide their valuable contributions in translating.
It also empowers the website host to hire professional translation services to submit
translations. Its automated feature supports Yandex, Bing, Google and Apertium translation
services.
Pricing: Well there is no specific price for it but they do accept donations
To download click on: http://transposh.org/eng/download/
Google Website translator
This app enables users to translate their website content using Google Translate API. The app
makes use of the default Google translate button, which can be placed anywhere on the
website.
The sidebar widget or an inline shortcode, allows the user to show the language they want to
show in the language switcher. For specific pages the shortcode feature allows users to offer
machine translations. Plugin through the user's website or their language selection will display
the translated page.

Pricing: It is a freeware
To download click on the link: https://translate.google.co.in
Xili-Language
Here comes a powerful tool from the official WordPress plugin repository. xili-language.
Having a translation-ready theme on the site enables a user to run xili-language successfully. It’s
highly suggested to double-check the theme before installing the plugin as almost half the
themes in the WordPress repository are translation ready.
It also the users to create multilingual content and also to change the theme’s language files
depending on the content language.
It is a developer-friendly tool and has a list of hooks and API that enable users to personalize
their theme’s behaviour.

Pricing: It is an open source and free to use, but there is one time fee for full installation.
Depends on the requirement of the client.
To download click on: http://multilingual.wpmu.xilione.com/
Loco translate

Loco Translate, it is one of the best translation plugins for WordPress. It has over 500,000 active
installs worldwide. Loco Translate empowers users to translate their WordPress themes and
plugins straight-away in their browser.
This plugin is very much recommended to those developers who wish to offer international
versions of their WordPress plugins and themes.
Pricing: It costs $5.95 per month and differs based on the organizational levels using it.
To download please click on the following link: https://wordpress.org/plugins/loco-
translate/#installation

Well, these are some of the best plugins to use while translating the content of the website. It is
better users use their discretion in choosing the best software that suits their requirements. It
is always better to use the trial version and then decide on purchasing the plugin.

Sites referred: 1. https://www.wpbeginner.com/showcase/9-best-translation-plugins-for-


wordpress-websites/
2. https://www.isitwp.com/best-wordpress-translation-plugins-compared/