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Old Oct 16, 2010, 05:42 AM
dinoc
 
54 posts · Oct 2010
Hi guys,

I want the website to be available to be visible in two languages .
But I don't understand how to do this in WP.

Will I multiply the wordpress folder , and translate the content of the other one?
Or should I just create the english pages but how will I switch to an english menu bar then ?
Or how can I switch to an english header ?

Not sure if my question makes any sense (I'm new in WP) but I'm not sure what the right approach should be in order to create a dual language website.

If you guys can give me some suggestion, please do.
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Old Oct 23, 2010, 07:28 PM
horsemansarts
 
122 posts · Jul 2009
I am using a plugin called: WPML Multilingual CMS which is working out pretty well.

Sharon
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Old Oct 24, 2010, 02:19 AM
dinoc
 
54 posts · Oct 2010
Thanks Sharon,

Mean time I've used a plugin qTranslate which seems to work fine, also.

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