- Translate all WooCommerce products (simple, variable, grouped, external)
- Easy translation management for products, categories and attributes
- Keeps the same language through the checkout process
- Sends emails to clients and admins in their language
- Allows inventory tracking without breaking products into languages
- Enables running a single WooCommerce store with multiple currencies based either on a customer’s language or location
- Allows enabling different payment gateways based on a customer’s location
Compatibility with WooCommerce Extensions
Almost every WooCommerce store uses some extensions. WooCommerce Multilingual is fully compatible with popular extensions, including:
- WooCommerce Bookings
- WooCommerce Table Rate Shipping
- WooCommerce Subscriptions
- WooCommerce Product Add-ons
- WooCommerce Tab Manager
Looking for other extensions that are tested and compatible with WPML? See the complete list of WooCommerce extensions that are compatible with WPML.
For step by step instructions on setting up a multilingual shop, please go to WooCommerce Multilingual Manual page.
After installing, follow the steps of the setup wizard to translate the store pages, configure what attributes should be translated, enable the multi-currency mode and other settings.
Then, continue to the ‘Products’ and any categories, tags and attributes that you use.
When you need help, go to WooCommerce Multilingual support forum.
This version of WooCommerce Multilingual works with WooCommerce > 3.3.0
Minimum versions for WPML and modules
WooCommerce Multilingual checks that the required components are active and up to date.
If the checks fail, WooCommerce Multilingual will not be able to run.
- WordPress 4.7 or later
- PHP version 5.6 or later
MySQL version 5.6 or later
WooCommerce 3.3.0 or later
- WPML Multilingual CMS 4.3.7 or later
- WPML String Translation 3.0.7 or later
- WPML Translation Management 2.9.5 or later
WordPress automatic installation
In your WordPress dashboard, go to the Plugins section and click ‘Add new’.
If you’re already using WPML on your site, in your WordPress dashboard, go to the Plugins section, click ‘Add new’ and go to the ‘Commercial’ tab.
- Upload ‘woocommerce-multilingual’ to the ‘/wp-content/plugins/’ directory
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
After installing the plugin either automatically or manually:
- Follow the steps of the setup wizard for the basic required configuration
- Translate existing content: products, attributes, permalink bases
- Optionally, add secondary currencies
Once you installer WooCommerce Multilingual, the built in Installer works together with the WordPress automatic update built in logic to make the updating process as easy as it can be.