We’re happy to announce that POEditor is now integrated with WPML, one of the most popular plugins to translate WordPress sites. In case you’re not familiar with WPML, what you should know is that it lets you write content in different languages and translate the existing content of your WP site. But content is not the only thing it can help translate.
How POEditor helps WPML users
WPML is also useful for theme and plugin translation, by extracting the strings in your WordPress language files and sending them to a platform where they can be translated. POEditor is such a translation management platform, where you can bring your translation team members to collaborate. They don’t even need a WordPress account to participate! Just add them to your POEditor translation project using their email address and that’s it.
How to connect WPML to POEditor
A detailed guide for connecting WPML and POEditor you can find here. The guide also describes how to send the strings you want to translate from your site to your POEditor translation project.
What translation options do I have with POEditor?
To translate WordPress sites and plugins with us, you can choose between one or more of the following methods:
- Crowdourcing translations from your community (using public projects)
- Using your own translators (by adding them as contributors)
- Using Machine Translation
- Ordering translations from one of our partners
According to your resources and needs, you can combine the available translation options in whatever way suits you best.
We believe the integration with the WPML translation plugin nicely complements our WordPress translation plugin. With the POEditor plugin, you can translate WordPress strings efficiently. But with WPML, you can also manage the translation of WordPress content as well, all from your WP dashboard.