Creating Translations Manually

To add translations for your existing posts and pages, click the “+” icon for the language you want to translate into.

Adding a translation

You are taken to an “Add New” page, for the language you selected. You can enter the translation, just like you create the original content.

The following image shows an example of clicking the “+” icon, under German, for the “Hello world” post. This creates a new German translation for it.

Translating a post with WPML

Notice that the language of this post is German and that it is the translation of the original Hello world post in English.

Please note that when the contents of the original language are changed, on the listing page, the icon for the translations will change to reflect this. This allows you to keep track of the changes made to the original contents.

Icon For Accessing The Translations Changes To Show That Original Contents Were Altered

Icon For Accessing The Translations Changes To Show That Original Contents Were Altered

 

Sometimes, you need to use the same, untranslated contents in other languages. In this case, WPML provides a content duplication feature.

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