By default, WordPress is presented in English, but you can make a WordPress site in more than 80 different languages: Spanish, French, German, Portuguese, Italian, Russian, Chinese, Japanese, Arabic, etc. You can have your WordPress website in any language or create a website in multiple languages. In this series of three articles I show you how to make a WordPress site 100% in your language and how to translate it into other languages. (Originally written on June 20, 2014. Updated on February 2, 2015) There is so much to cover when it comes to make a multilingual WordPress site, that I have tried to summarize the basics in a series of three articles. I’m hoping this series will help you to get a basic understanding of what it takes to start a multilanguage WordPress site and have the confidence to get started. 1. WordPress 100% in My Language (current post) 2. How to Translate My WordPress Theme or Plugin 3. How To Make A Multilingual WordPress Site: Best Translation Plugins Annex: A Guide to Choosing a Multilingual WordPress Theme Introduction Although WordPress displays in U.S. English by default, the software is easy to localize and translate and can be used to make websites in
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