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    Marco Giuseppe de Pinto

    Hi Tom,
    do you have any suggestion regarding plugins that I may use to create a multilingual version of my website? I am interested in developing two versions, italian and English. I know only WPML at the moment.
    It is better to use a plugin or to create a multisite environment?
    Thanks in advance.

    Marco Giuseppe de Pinto

    Sorry, I forgot to enclose the website:

    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    Hi Marco,

    I’ve never actually done a translatable website, so I’m not too sure what the best approach would be.

    WPML is definitely the most popular, so it’s worth playing around with πŸ™‚



    Have you tried WPML? Is it compatible with GeneratePress?

    Thank you for the answer.

    Roberto Enrique

    I’m actually using it with WPML in a multisite environment and it actually works flawlessly.
    Is the WPML integration itself which is a little hard to understand. But that’s stuff for another thread.
    I can confirm that Generatepress is working as expected with WPML

    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    Thanks for confirming, Roberto! That’s great news πŸ™‚


    Is this still the way to go – WPML to create a bilingual website in GeneratePress?
    (It’s been almost a year. Just wondering if anything new has been developed – perhaps by Tom & co.)


    I run a multisite, and wpml is well supported.

    If you’re running a single site I think that there are other alternatives. You can check out “ceceppa multilingua” which seems surprisingly nice as well as that developed by the team of contact form 7.

    But I think that the best supported one remains wpml.


    Thank you, Roberto!

    I only have one simple site with static text on GeneratePress ( But it does use a GP footer widget and a sidebar widget. That makes me wonder if I need to buy the $79 version of WPML to get widget translation. :-/

    But I will check out “ceceppa multilingua”, as well.

    Thank you!

    Marco Giuseppe de Pinto

    Hi Tom
    I am trying qTranslate, but there are problems on the mobile version of the website.

    In particular I use the Easy Google Fonts plugin for the style of the chars, but it doesn’t work ONLY in the mobile ENGLISH version of the website.

    In Ita desktop & mobile and in Eng desktop is OK.

    Could you please give me some help?

    Thank you in advance


    Marco Giuseppe de Pinto


    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    Hi Marco,

    Was it an issue with the Easy Google Fonts plugin?

    Marco Giuseppe de Pinto

    To be honest, I have no idea. It solved on its own..

    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    Interesting – we’ll just blame it on the cache πŸ™‚


    Well, I used Polylang and I am happy with that. It seems that it works nice and it’s free which is important for me. Also it has 360+ 5* reviews so I guess other people are satisfied as well.

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