We’ve built multiple multi-language websites with Elementor, and we always end up using the almighty and powerful WPML.
With WPML you can customize almost every aspect of your site’s language, in WPML’s words:
“WPML lets you translate content in three convenient ways. You can produce the translation yourself, send content to your translators, or send jobs to a professional translation service without leaving your WordPress dashboard.”
Below we have an introduction video and links to the most important WPML documentation for Elementor.
Overview of WPML and Elementor:
- Getting Started
- WPML translation tools
- Translating Elementor pages with WPML
- Adding a new Element to the page and updating the translation
- Updating an existing Element and its translation
- Translating Elementor global widgets
- Translating Elementor templates
- WPML Language Switcher widget
- List of the translatable Elementor Elements
- WPML-Ready Elementor add-ons
- Known issues with Elementor
- Get help from our support
- Get WPML
An Alternative to WPML for translating websites is Weglot which has similar features and integrations with multiple platforms. Find out what makes Weglot a great translation tool.