WORDPRESS MULTİLANGUAGE Nowadays, many web design firms prefer the WordPress infrastructure in the site designs, even if they are both pros and constantly up to date. It can reveal original designs by dressing the theme, and continues to take advantage of the pros of WordPress.
Well it is possible to make a Web site containing multiple languages by doing two or three-lingual with WordPress. The answer is yes, of course possible. And you can replicate the languages as much as you want. You can manage your site using the same management panel in multiple languages by adding the language you want by making English, Arabic, French and so on to a site you make Turkish and translating its contents into those languages.
The use of multilanguage WordPress turns out two options. The first is to make your site multilingual with add-ons that use the automated Google Translate system. The latter is to manually make your translations multilanguage with add-ons that are prepared for use on the site (such as Www.siteisminiz.com/de,/en).
We’re going to tell you two methods here.
WordPress plugin to automatically translate each language into the site:
With the Microsoft Ajax Translate plugin, we can automatically convert our site to a site that supports dozens of languages. Or you can use the https://wordpress.org/plugins/google-language-translator/plugin.
WordPress Language plugin Download:
You can download the Ajax Translation WordPress plug-in http://downloads.wordpress.org/plugin/microsoft-ajax-translation.0.1.1.zip
Features of the Ajax Translation plugin:
Google Translate API version 2 support (note that the V2 is now paid for by Google, the free version has limited translation available)
The plugin supports over 30 languages, including Turkish.
Detects the language preferred by the visitor’s IP based on your site and automatically presents your site to your visitor in that language
Ajax provides a spectacular visualization with translation.
You can keep any pages out of translation.
You can keep the desired pages out of translation.
Works on most versions of Wordperss
Installation and settings of the plugin:
First, you put the downloaded file below your site’s WP-content/plugins directory. From the WordPress administration panel, go to the Plugins menu and activate the plugin. Then follow the instructions to obtain Bing applicatoin ID. You can now automatically use your site as multilingual.
Make the site multilingual with Qtranslate plugin
Wp Qtranslate Plugin Features:
Qtranslate is a very nice add-on for creating a multilingual WordPress site such as English, German, Turkish, and professionals who think it is simple or easy to translate.
Installing the Qtranslate language plugin:
Discard the qtranslate files in your/wp-content/plugins folder. Enable the Qtranslate plug-in under the Add-ons menu.
Qtranslate Plugin settings:
Once you have entered the plugin’s settings menu, you will display a menu as follows. From there, you can add, delete, or designate any language as the default language. If you have encountered a problem such as not opening the management panel after you have determined the default language, you should obtain a key by going toHTTPS://API.WORDPRESS.ORG/SECRET-KEY/1.1/ . and by searching through Wp-config. PHP on your server, you need to enter the new keyi in the _default_secret_key = row instead of the old key.
Also enter the shortcut of the language you will use as default on the Wplang line in the Wp-config. PHP example. En_En. PHP for English, type en_US. php for English.
Lastly wp-includes/default-constants. PHP (the content in the image below) enter into the search $WP _default_secret_key after entering the Auth key, the problem of not opening the management panel will be eliminated.
Now when you enter a post you will get an image as below. The title and Content section will appear as much as the language you choose, and you will be able to enter these sections. And now, for example, in the browser of a visitor who enters your site from England, your English page will appear automatically.
If you want to make a switch between languages by showing the language flags on your home page or in the home section.You need to use the following shortcut code;
<? php echo qtrans_generateLanguageSelectCode (‘ image ‘);? >
The flags for the languages that you have added with this code will appear in the section where you have added a shortcut to your page and can be migrated between languages in this way.
You can use the Polylang plugin to make WordPress a bilingual site. This is also a very popular and easy to use WordPress language add-in plugin. You can also add the flags of languages with Polylang.
How to use Hreflang tag?
To use Hreflang manually in Html sites and to use page-level Hreflang, you must set up the structure as follows. If we do the editing for the main page;
< link rel = “alternate” href = “http://site.com/eng” Hreflang = “en-GB”/> – Targets English speakers in England
< link rel = “alternate” href = “http://site.com/ir” Hreflang = “en-ir”/> – Targets English speakers in Ireland
< link rel = “alternate” href = “http://site.com/tr” Hreflang = “TR”/> –
You can get all other language codes from the Https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_ISO_639-1_codes page.
You can use the following code structure to show the master page to which you have selected the language.
< link rel = “alternate” href = “http:/site.com/” Hreflang = “x-default”/>
If you are using the Hreflang tag correctly, you can test with the following online tools:
https://app.hreflang.org/– can analyze all links in the sitemap.
Other plugins that you can use to make a multilingual WordPress site
Google Language Translator Plugin – https://wordpress.org/plugins/google-language-translator/
Transposh semi-automatic flip
Ajax Translator Revolution
Easyling for WordPress