If you’re planning on deploying a landing page or minisite in another language, this post will offer some interesting options to get you up and running in no time. You’re most likely looking to either: Test a single or range of foreign markets Market a product in a foreign market Where to start This can be done by creating new pages in a CMS such as Drupal or Wordpress, or even by hand in HTML/CSS.
There are many ways to make your Wordpress site multilingual. I’ll run through a few options in this post, and offer some alternatives for multilingual sites. Best translation service and plugin options Polylang - https://wordpress.org/plugins/polylang/ This is an open source project, with largely positive reviews and a host of well-designed features. WeGlot - https://wordpress.org/plugins/weglot/ A commercial offer from the WeGlot company, you can translate up to 2000 words for free using their system.
A brief update on our move, from Melbourne to Derby. We’re now at Marble Hall, in Derby, part of the Connect Derby buildings run by the council. It’s the old Rolls Royce factory and has had a complete refurb, only the boardrooms and certain parts of the building remain original. The move should help provide everything we need to meet and connect with more local businesses. All being well we should keep growing through this period.