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WordPress Multilingual Multisite FAQ

How to get the WordPress Menu Name


If you want to show the country selector in one of your menus, you need to know the menu display position. As every theme has different names for menus you need to inspect some elements in wp-admin. We show you how: Go to wp-admin Go to...

How to setup WordPress Machine Translation


Make use of our built in machine translation services. Translate your post or terms automatically without manual work.To use the machine translation services like Google Translate, DeepL or the Microsoft translation service you first need to get...

How to Translate WordPress Posts


For sure you want to know how you can translate posts. We show you how to translate an English page into a German one. First you need to have your site configured correctly. If you have not done this, go to wp-admin > settings > general....

How to assign translators in WordPress?


Using real people translator often make sure the translation quality is the best. We show you how to create a translator user and assign this to a post. First go to wp-admin > users > add new. Then create a new user and set the user role...

How to Sync Posts or Products inside WordPress Multisite


Our WordPress multilingual Multisite plugin also has a functionality to synchronize connected posts. This supports custom post types and beside syncing, it can also create posts. In the example below we will activate sync for the custom post...

How to change the Country Flag Image / Icon


If you want to change the flag of a specific country you can do this with custom CSS. Here is an example where we change the 4th flag in the dropdown with a new image we just uploaded into our media...

How to change the International Flag


If you want to change the international flag in our WordPress country selector or Multilingual Multisite plugin you can use some simple CSS. First upload your flag image into your WordPress media library. Copy the URL. Then add this custom CSS...

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