Writing multilingual content is already hard enough, why make the plugin even more complicated? I created qTranslate to let WordPress have an easy to use interface for managing a multilingual web site.
qTranslate makes creation of multilingual content as easy as working with a single language. Check out some of the features:
- One-Click-Switching between the languages – Change the language as easy as switching between Visual and HTML
- Professional human or automated machine translation – Reach more visitors and show that you care about them by showing your entries in their native language
- No more for adding special characters or strings to seperate your multilingual texts! – qTranslate will handle them almost everywhere for you
- No need to edit the plugin file to get your language working! – Use the comfortable and intuitive Configuration Page
- Comes with many languages already builtin! – English, German, Simplified Chinese and a lot of others
- Add your language in seconds! – Thanks to the simplistic Configuration Page
- Multilingual dates out of the box – Translates dates and time for you.
- Improved Installation! – No need to manually search and upload Gettext Databases/.mo files anymore
- Multilingual Text in Templates without the need to change Gettext Databases/.mo files – Use Language Tags with Gettext!
- Choose one of 3 Modes to make your URLs pretty and SEO-friendly. – The everywhere compatible
?lang=en, simple and beautiful
/en/foo/or nice and neat
- One language per URL – Users and SEO will thank you for not mixing content.
- and a lot more…
But why don’t you see for yourself if qTranslate is the right thing for you:
This is how the Editor looks like when qTranslate is active:
Managing Languages can be this easy:
qTranslate Services in action:
Just click on one of the flags at the top of this page. qTranslate is actively used and developed by me, as I need it for my blog too. I am always using the latest stable release here.
Still not convinced?
Well, then go try a different language management Plugin for WordPress. I know you’ll come back. Here’s a list for your convenience:
- Polyglot by Martin Chlupac – I used Polyglot before creating qTranslate
- Language Switcher by Jennifer Hodgdon
- Gengo by Jamie Talbot
- xLanguage by Sam Wong
- xili-language by MS xiligroup
- ZdMultilang by Anthony Petitbois
- WPML by icanlocalize
- mLanguage by Alexander Rauscha
- Multisite Language Switcher by Dennis Plötner
- I missed your multilingual plugin? Send me an email and I’ll add a link here.
Or you could go on and download qTranslate.