Following our interview with Amir Helzer a few days ago, four lucky readers have won a licence for WPML, congratulations to them!
It’s time for another interview in our series, this time we have Amir Helzer with us. Amir is the founder of WPML, one of the very best Multilingual plugins for WordPress. Amir has been working on WPML for a number of years now, and has built a team of 15 people who are involved with this project. In the interview, Amir tells us how he got started with WordPress, some tips for building a company around WP, and also introduces two new plugins, Types and Views.
Multilanguage plugin providers WPML have just released a very handy tool for those of you who are running multi language sites and want to switch from qTranslate to WPML. Check out the details here.
Having a Multilanguage WordPress site is crucial for many businesses. We compare the two best WP multilingual plugins: WPML vs QTranslate.
Since our post about WordPress Multilanguage plugins is one of the most popular on the site, I think many of you will be interested in what WPML plan to give us in 2012. Here’s an excerpt from an email sent out earlier this week by Amir Helzer, the CEO of WPML.
As 2011 nears its end, WordPress consolidates its place as the world’s number one open source CMS. You might already be planning a NYE resolution for starting a blog in 2012, or revamping your company’s website. One of the first questions people ask is what plugins they should install on their WordPress blog.
Having the right plugins in place can give you a big head-start and can help you achieve all the functionality you every dreamed of. Today we therefore take a look at some of the plugins that will be hot in 2012. Most of these plugins have already been around for quite some time, and have been fine-tuned to perfection by their respective developers.
Today we see how you can make your site appeal to a wider global audience through the use of automated translation plugins. These plugins should be used with care so as not to penalise your Google rankings, read the whole post and then decide on the best strategy for your site.
Is WordPress capable of handling the intricacies of Multilingual websites? The short answer is a resounding YES! Let’s explore how to build a multilingual theme and website together in this guide.