My previous article was about “How to create a Multilingual WordPress site” in which I explained the process to configure WPML and translating the content of pages in WordPress. In this article I am going to explain how to translate menus, widgets etc to other languages. First, Install and Activate following Plugins: – WPML Multilingual […]
By default Wordpress is not multilingual. This means that you need to add multilingual functionality for creating a WordPress website in two or more languages. This article for those who want to create site in multiple languages.
Classic editor plugin restores the previous Classic WordPress Editor . WordPress 5.0 has launched its default block-editor known as ‘Gutenberg’ that replaces the good old Classic Editor that we have been using for years.