Weglot Elementor, translate fast and easy
The ease of use both Weglot Elementor plugins in conjunction make them really easy to translate a WordPress website.
If you know how to translate Elementor, then you have the opportunity to get readers from all over the world. Apart from having already experienced how easy it is to do so.
In this article we will not only tell you how you can do it, but we will give you a step by step guide to accomplish translating your Elementor WordPress Website in just a couple of minutes.
Carlos' Opinion - How to translate Elementor with Weglot
As you may know, Elementor is a really helpful plugin for non web designers.
With Elementor it is really easy to drag and drop widgets to build a website.
I learned about Elementor during my working student times.
One of the challenges that the team had was to work on the translation of the website.
We had to work with Elementor and WPML, and honestly, it was a monotonous work due to the tons of Copy-Paste that we had to do.
WPML at the moment, didn’t have a proper automatic translation offer, plus we received the proper native translation in Word documents.
It was time consuming.
Eventually as well, while I was using Elementor on my WordPress Website, I tested Weglot as a new translation plugin.
Weglot did most of the translation work, but I must mention that Weglot doesn’t translate the full website at the instant, it slowly rolls out the translated content.
Since I wanted to have more control on the translation word count, and the number of languages, I decided to come back to WPML. Plus it has started to roll out a better automatic translation with the Deepl Integration. And it has been a simple way of translating Elementor as well.
If you are looking for a fast translation and accurte solution, then I recommend Weglot, which will work fine as well with Elementor. Just consider what are your needs.