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Creating Multilingual WordPress Websites

This morning I had the honor of speaking at the inaugural WP Campus conference at the University of South Florida.  This conference brings together those who use WordPress in higher education, a space that presents unique challenges not always discussed at other WordPress camps.

My presentation was about the options you have for creating multilingual websites in WordPress, and some of the things you should consider when planning to do so.

The slides from my presentation are available through Slideshare, here:

[slideshare id=64058748&doc=multilingualwordpress-wpcampus-160715125335]

In the talk, I mention many plugins and tools available to help create your multilingual WordPress site.  I thought I’d compile the links for you here.

Thank you to everyone who came out to hear me speak.  If you have any questions, please ask.


  1. WTL WTL

    Is there video of the talk? Or audio?

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