Translate pages with WPML plugin

This is a simple tutorial where you can learn how to translate your WordPress pages with WPML plugin.

First of all, log in into your WordPress and go to the pages panel (screenshot #1, mark 1).

Once you are there you will see all your pages and a column on the right with various symbols (screenshot #1, marks 2, 3 and 4).

In this case, we have 2 icons per page because we configured the website to be translated from English to Simplified & Traditional Chinese. You can click on the one you need to make any modification. We will click on the icon marked “4”. It is a sample page and does contain any translation yet.

To avoid duplicated pages, always add or edit the translations from the English pages, which contain the base structure of your pages.

Screenshot #1
Screenshot #1

When you click on any of these icons, you will be redirected to the “Advanced Translation Editor” (screenshot #2).

This is where you must add the translation for each sentence/paragraph in you page (see screenshot #2, mark 1).

Add the translation into the text box (screenshot #2, mark 2) and click on the green check mark (screenshot #2, mark 3) once you finish. It will automatically jump to the next sentence you need to translate. You always can revert to any previous sentence by clicking on any sentence on the left, which will allow you to modify your translation.

Once you finish the translations you must click on the green “Finish” button (screenshot #2, mark 4).

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Screenshot #2

When you finish the translation, you will be redirected to a summary page, to finalize this process click on the button “Complete” (screenshot #3, mark 1). It will redirect you to the main pages panel in WordPress.

Now you can go to visualize your page translated! 😊

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Screenshot #3

If you want learn more about WPML you can click here

Regards from Industry Rockstar Done for You Team 😊

Importing a Blog Post Page with Divi

Here you will find the steps to import a post template for your first posts 😊

Once you access your WordPress admin panel, you will find in the left menu the tab “Post”. Click on “Add new” on the Post submenu or on the button (Screenshot #1 Step 2) to add a new post page.

Screenshot #1
Screenshot #1

One you are on the post page editor, it is very important you start by writing your post title (Screenshot #2 Step 1) and then click on the button “Use The Divi Builder” (Screenshot #2 Step 2). This button will open a pop-up window where you have to click on the third column “Choose Page” (Screenshot #3).

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Screenshot #2
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Screenshot #3

In the pop-up window “Load From Library”, filter the pages by “Posts” (Screenshot #4 Step 1) and choose the post you want to use as a base for your new one. For this we have the draft post “Title Comes Here” (Screenshot #4 Step 2). This action will import the Divi structure and content from the post page you choose.

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Screenshot #4

Now you can edit the elements to format and add the content of your post (Screenshot #5 Step 1). For more information regarding this step, you can read Divi builder documentation by clicking here

Don’t forget to upload the featured image! (Screenshot #5 Step 2) It will be displayed on the post preview on your blog page 😊

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Screenshot #5

To learn more about Divi click here

Regards from Industry Rockstar Done for You Team 😊