4.10.4-B.1 WPML Woocommerce Multilingual
WPML WooCommerce Features and Functionality
Provide multi-language translations.
Provide complete support to run multilingual e-commerce.
Provide professional translation services at budget-friendly prices.
Translate text from themes and plugins, as well.
Compatible with all major WordPress themes.
Powerful translation management.
Use the installer to facilitate plugin downloads and updates.
WooCommerce Multilingual has a built-in installer for downloading, activating and updating all the required plugins.
After activating WooCommerce Multilingual, go to the plugins page and click on the “Add New Plugin” button at the top. You’ll see a list of plugins, sorted by different tabs, including Featured, Popular, Recommended, Favorite, and Commercial.
Click on the Commercial tab and you will see an option to purchase a WPML license or, if you have already purchased WPML, to enter your registered website key. Once you have purchased a plugin and registered your site through your account page, you will see a list of plugins available for download, activation and updates.
The Business tab of the plugins page after registering your site
After registering your site, the business tab of the plugin page.
Use the Setup Wizard
The WooCommerce Multilingual feature setup wizard helps guide you through the basic steps of configuring your website with the WooCommerce Multilingual plugin.
Once you have activated all the required plugins, the WooCommerce Multilingual Setup Wizard will start automatically.
Start page of the WooCommerce Multilingual Setup Wizard
Start page of the WooCommerce Multilingual Setup Wizard.
As you can see from the image above, the setup wizard is very similar to WooCommerce’s own configuration wizard. It will help you configure the following settings. Translate the store page, select translatable product properties, and enable multi-currency mode.
Setup store page
You need to get the standard WooCommerce pages to appear in all languages on your site.WooCommerce Multilingual will do this automatically for you. This is also handled in the setup wizard. To do this manually, go to WooCommerce → WooCommerce Multilingual Page and click on the Status tab. If you haven’t set up store pages yet, a message will tell you that store pages don’t exist and offer to create them.
WooCommerce Multilingual Status and Alerts
Multi-language status and alerts
WooCommerce Multilingual will create these pages using the available translated page titles. You can always change the page titles for different languages at a later date.
On this page, you will also see a warning about the lack of translations for taxonomy terms. If you’re using taxonomies for product changes or organizing products into categories and tags, it’s a great idea to translate all taxonomies.
Translate the shopping cart and checkout pages
Translating WooCommerce’s checkout and shopping cart pages is a little different than translating the rest of WooCommerce’s content. The themes and plugins on your website will usually provide these translations, but in some cases, you’ll need to do a few extra steps.
Translate product categories, tags, attributes, and custom taxonomies.
Most stores are organized by product category. Some also use labels. If you’re using variations, you’re probably also using product attributes.WooCommerce Multilingual makes it easy to translate all of these. Alternatively, you can set up WooCommerce Multilingual to display the original product categories, tags and attributes if their translation is not available. First, use the standard WooCommerce editing interface to create product categories, tags and attributes in the default language. When attributes are created, they are marked as translatable by default. You can change this option for each attribute at any time. Don’t worry about translating categories, labels and attributes just yet. Tip: Product categories, tags and attributes are stored in the WordPress taxonomy. wooCommerce Multilingual includes a handy interface for translating taxonomy terms. Go to the WooCommerce → WooCommerce Multilingual page. At this point, look at the other tags on the screen. You’ll see the tabs for each taxonomy that belongs to your store.