WordPress & WooCommerce Localization

WordPress Localization with the WPML plugin

Commit Global has partnered with the WordPress Multilingual Plugin (WPML) to offer smooth WordPress and WooCommerce integration to its clients.

WordPress is used by more than 60 million websites, it powers over 20% of the entire Internet, including 34.6% of the top 10 million websites, and it is the most popular website management system in use. WooCommerce is a flexible, open-source eCommerce solution built on WordPress.

WPML is a plugin used by 1 million sites, that extends the functionality of the basic WordPress CMS making it run multilingual.

Streamlining the translation process

Our partnership with WPML enables us to offer our clients a fully automated translation process for WordPress and WooCommerce websites. Our clients using WordPress do not need to go through the hustle of manually exporting their content in order to send it to us for translation and then importing it back when the process is over. Also, it is no longer necessary to provide our team access to the back-end of their website.

The WPML plugin offers a pre-set, already streamlined workflow for the clients and our project managers to follow, thus saving a lot of time on both ends. Also, the WPML team offers priority support to our clients, tackling any issues and answering any questions the soonest possible. 

Clients can choose the content they wish to translate and into which languages, add their files to the cart and then with the click of a button send the content to us for translation. The process of creating and updating multilingual website content has never been easier!


Want to know how much it will cost to translate your website?
  • Step 1: Go to WPML’s word count tool in WordPress, choose the pages that you want to translate and get the word count of your website.
  • Step 2: Contact us using the form at the end of this page and we’ll provide you with a detailed quote. 

WPML Translation in 6 Steps

Step 1

Download the WPML plugin

In order to start sending content for translation to Commit Global, you need to download the WPML plugin here and install it on your WordPress website. For detailed info, check the getting started guide here.

In order to prevent technical issues when translating WP sites with Commit Global, you can also read our guide on How to build multilingual sites that are easy to translate.

Do you already have the WPML plugin?Then go directly to step 2.

Step 1

Step 2

Request an API token

Use the contact form at the end of this page to request an authentication key (API Token) so you can connect your Commit Global account to your WordPress website. Also make sure to provide the following information: First name, Last name, Email, Company, Website URL.

Step 2

Step 3

Select Commit Global

Go to the Translation Management section in the WPML plugin, find the Translation Service tab, select Commit Global as your translation and localization vendor and enter your API Token to authenticate Commit Global.

Step 3

Step 4

Create a translation project

From the Translation Dashboard tab, choose the items you would like to send for translation and create your custom order. Make sure to select the option I want to choose which content to translate instead of Automatically translate my entire site.

Note: If you choose to translate your site automatically, you won’t be able to change to a translation service later because all the content will be fully translated already.

For WooCommerce sites, please check our guide on “How to Translate WooCommerce Sites with Commit Global and WPML” here

Step 4

Step 5

Receiving a quotation and authorizing your translation

Once we receive the content for translation, your account manager will prepare a detailed quote. Upon quote confirmation, we will start the translation process.

Step 5

Step 6

Receiving completed translations

Once a translation job is finished by Commit Global, it will be re-imported into your website via the WPML plugin.

Depending on your configuration, translations will be delivered automatically or can be manually fetched from your WordPress admin panel.

Step 6

Need a quote for your WordPress website?

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