Panel: The State of Multilingual WordPress

One response on “Panel: The State of Multilingual WordPress

  1. Trucos Web

    you have a typo there – starts with ‘ordPress’, also I am not sure if it’s only me but the audio doesn’t work in the beginning of this video.


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February 25, 2014

WordPress is used all over the world, with versions supported in more than 70 languages. The polyglots team provides translations of the WordPress back-end, but what are the options for creating a multilingual website? Different solutions have been developed for creating websites that can display content in multiple languages but as yet no canonical method exists. In this double session, three developers will each present on their method for creating a multilingual WordPress website.

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WordCamp Europe 2013 28


Simon Wheatley 5
Frank Bültge 4
Amir Helzer 2


multilingual 22


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