Enfold is fully compatible with WPML and you can use WPML to turn your site into a multilingual one in minutes.
You can check out video tutorial below or head over to WPML documentation for more in depth instructions and start translating your site right away!
The tutorial video shows an easy way to translate pages directly from the WPML interface. As an alternative you of course always have the option to create a second page with WordPress and set it as a translation to the first page. This allows more flexibility and you can provide different layout structures for a translation, but lacks the convenience that when you edit the layout on one page that it also changes on all translations. It’s entirely your choice to decide which method you prefer 😉
New WPML feature, Display as translated
WPML introduces a new translation mode called – display as translated – which is compatible with Enfold and invaluable for developers using Enfold demos.
About the display as translated feature:
- Users can show original content if no translation is available.
- Users can display untranslated content without the need to duplicate it anymore.
- Useful for sites that don’t need to translate everything: listing, directory and membership sites as well as WooCommerce products and taxonomies.
Let’s say we have a real estate site and we don’t want to translate all the post types belonging to “properties”.
Thanks to this new mode, we can have 98% of our page translated to Spanish but still containing some content in English without duplicating it:
To sum up:
- If the translation exists = it will display the translation.
- If the translation does not exist = it will display the post in the site default language.
How to enable this new translation mode for the post types of your choice:
- Go to WPML > Translation Management > Multilingual Content Setup
- Scroll down to Post Types Translation
- Select “Translatable – use translation if available or fallback to original language” option for the post types of your choice.