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:
I hope that you had a great holiday season. 2011 is officially behind us and we’re planning where to take WPML in 2012.
While during last year, we focused mainly on new features, this year, we’re going to look at the broader picture. We believe that in 2012, many more web developers will build more interactive, complex and mobile sites with WordPress. WPML should be up to the task and make your job easier.
We’ve got 3 main objectives:
- Excellent compatibility with major plugins, like e-commerce and other CMS-enabling plugins
- Better performance
- Better usability – for both site builders, admins, writers and translators
You’re invited to go to that post, see what we’re planning and give us your feedback.
All the best,
Do you use WPML? Let us know in the comments section.
If you enjoyed this post, make sure to subscribe to WPMayor’s RSS feed.