March 28, 2019 — Frequently, we see ourselves limited to translate sites when we talk about Multilingual. However, the Multilingual World is much wider than that: you can also build Multilingual communities.
In this talk I will give a case of study of a Multilingual community which aims to create a multilingual database of interviews with historical and eye witnesses, the Open History Project. This is all created with a growing and multilingual community. I will also talk about other Multilingual communities as GlotPress and, of course, Polyglots.
March 27, 2019 — WPML is the tool of choice for many site needing to have content available to users in multiple languages. In this talk I’ll explain how WPML works, go through the interface, and introduce some key insights I’ve discovered in my years with this very capable tool.
October 3, 2016 — Sharing info on how the WPML team organises, works and improves over time, and so earns the love and loyalty of their customers.
December 2, 2015 — WPML は、個人のサイト、コーポレートのサイトを多言語化するための WordPress プラグインです。
WooCommerce は大小の EC サイト制作のための、最も人気のあるプラグインのひとつです。
WPML is a WordPress Multilingual Plugin powering personal and corporate sites alike. WooCommerce is one of the most popular open source e-commerce plugins for small to large-scale online merchants using WordPress.
In my presentation, I will share tips on how to easily and quickly create multilingual stores using WordPress, WooCommerce, WPML and WooCommerce Multilingual plugin.
Part of the talk will include the benefits of going global, its impact to your online shops, web services and how you can globalize your business in minutes.
March 28, 2015 — Although WordPress now allows proper management of the languages at admin and the front, it has problems with the management of multi language content.
Want to know what options to use to manage a site with content in multiple languages?
One is the use of WPML plugin, a system that automates and greatly facilitates the management of languages … but is it for everyone? Does it have to be used at all time?