Multilingual WordPress Solutions for Enterprises – Big WP Meetup London
At Big WP Meetup in London, Inpsyder Giuseppe presented solutions for multilingualism in evaluated them in terms of suitability for enterprises.
On September 13th, 2018, we attended big WP meetup in London. The meetup focuses on the operation and development of WordPress. Moreover, it focuses on scaling big WordPress websites with lots of traffic. The big WP meetup addresses both companies and agencies working with WordPress. As WordPress VIP partner we presented our work and made new acquaintances. And as convinced supporters of open source thinking, we contributed at big WP meetup, as Inpsyder Giuseppe gave an insight into multilingual WordPress solutions for enterprises.
Multilingual WordPress solutions for enterprises – Make the right Choice for Enterprise Development
In his presentation, Giuseppe describes different approaches to multilingualism in WordPress first. Then, he evaluates them and explains the benefits and disadvantages. However, we don’t want to say more at this point. Instead, check out the following video and listen to the whole presentation:
On WordPress VIP, Simon Dickson writes about big WP meetup in London, too. Well, his post Choosing the right multilingual solution for enterprise development further points out the importance of multilingual approaches in WordPress.
Multilingualism in WordPress – MultilingualPress – News
With MultilingualPress 3, we put our plugin for multilingualism to a new level. Moreover, WooCommerce offers MultilingualPress 3 as enhancement for multilingual online shops in their WooCommerce Marketplace.
More posts about multilingualism in WordPress on our blog:
- Multilingualism – The Solution for WordPress: MultilingualPress 3. A detailed post about different WordPress plugins for multilingualism and their benefits and disadvantages.
- Make WordPress multilingual – with right plugin and partner. A post about the professional translation service of our partner Eurotext.
* Many thanks to Benjamin Davies for the photo we are using in this blogpost header.
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