Creating stunning multilingual websites is easier than ever with Essential Addons and WPML partnership. With the help of this popular WordPress multilingual translation plugin, you can now design stunning websites without coding in Elementor.
We are thrilled to be announcing that Essential Addons for Elementor is now officially a WPML certified plugin. This would not have been possible with the collaboration of both WPML and Essential Addons teams, and we went to send heartiest thanks to WPML for constantly communicating with us and helping us ensure compatibility of Essential Addons and WPML.
Essential Addons And WPML 4.5: Translate All Website Content Instantly In Any Language
Translating all the content on your website may seem like a daunting task, but with the latest update from WordPress Multilingual Translation plugin (WPML), it is now easier than ever. WPML 4.5 comes with a highly requested feature called ‘Translate Everything’.
From translating your WordPress posts and pages, custom fields, and more. In addition to this, as you continue creating new content, the ‘Translate Everything’ feature from WPML 4.5 will immediately translate your content in the background.
And now, as Essential Addons for Elementor is compatible with WPML 4.5, you can easily take advantage of this new feature and build a full multilingual website without coding. What’s more, you can use the exclusive widgets from Essential Addons for Elementor and translate the content instantly into any language you want.
Create Stunning Multilingual Sites In Elementor With Essential Addons And WPML
With Elementor and Essential Addons both being compatible with WPML, anyone can now create stunning multilingual websites on WordPress without having to touch a line of code. You can now translate every page and post that you have built using widgets from Essential Addons for Elementor into any language of your choice, thanks to Essential Addons and WPML partnership. Let’s find out more below.
Translate Everything With WPML And Essential Addons For Elementor
With the new WPML 4.5 update, translating your web pages that are built with Elementor and Essential Addons is a breeze. When you first set up WPML on your website, you can choose how you want your content to be translated.
If you choose the ‘Translate Everything’ option, WPML will automatically translate all your existing and any new content into the language you want.
With this option selected, WPML will automatically translate any new content you publish, and so your web content will always be updated in the new language.
Translate Specific Content In Elementor With Essential Addons And WPML
If you would rather translate specific content in your pages or posts created with Elementor and Essential Addons, you can do that as well with WPML. Simply choose the ‘Translate Some’ option when setting up WPML for your website to do this as shown below.
How To Get Started With Essential Addons And WPML?
To get started with Essential Addons and WPML for creating multilingual websites in Elementor, you can follow the steps given below or check out detailed documentation here for more information.
Things You’ll Need:
First, you will of course need to install a few plugins on your WordPress website to ensure your translations are being done correctly. These include:
If your WordPress website has other plugins such as WooCommerce installed, you may need additional plugins for making sure your WooCommerce content is being properly translated. Check out this post by WPML for more information.
Setting Up And Configure WPML On Your Site
After installing all the necessary plugins, choose whether you want to enable automatic translation or if you only want to translate some content.
You can enable translation for your pages built with Elementor by navigating to WPML→ Languages and include the languages you want to translate your web content to.
Afterwards, you will need to head over to WPML ⮕ Settings and enable options like ‘Use WPML’s Advanced Translation Editor’, ‘Switch to using the Advanced Translation Editor’.
Translate Your Posts And Pages With WPML
With your basic WPML settings configured, you can head over to the posts and pages you have created with Elementor and Essential Addons from your WordPress dashboard. There, you will see a ‘plus’ icon next to the page or post. You can click on this icon to add the languages you want to translate your content to.
You will then be redirected to WPML’s Advanced Translation Editor. Here you can pick and choose which content you want to translate, and preview the outcome as well.
When you are done, this is what your translated page will look like.
Using ‘Translate Everything’ Feature From WPML 4.5
If you wish to use the new ‘Translate Everything’ feature from WPML 4.5 to translate your web pages built with Elementor and Essential Addons, make sure that you have enabled the option by going to WPML→ Settings from your dashboard as shown below.
Next, translate any page or post by clicking on the ‘plus’ icon as we showed earlier. This time when the Advanced Translation Editor loads, there will be a popup asking you if you want to translate everything automatically.
Make sure to click on the ‘Yes, translate automatically’ option. Within a few moments, your content will be fully translated as shown below.
If you hit the ‘Complete’ button, you can preview the page to see that it has been completely translated.
By making it easier to translate your web posts and pages built with Elementor and Essential Addons, we want to help streamline the process of building multilingual websites for web creators all over the world. Let us know what more features you would like to see with Essential Addons for Elementor by sharing your thoughts in the comments below.