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Monk

Description

Monk is a free translation plugin that allows you to create translations for your posts, pages, medias, tags, categories or any content you need.

All this bundled in a sweet WordPress-like interface, so that you can translate all your content easily.

Full language support, fully-responsive and tested in various themes from WordPress.org, Monk brings all the reliability you need from a translation plugin.

Translate Everything

Serve your content in various languages and your website will be found by users and search engines in any country.

Translate any posts, pages, categories and much more. All this in a simple and intuitive way.

Do you want to be heard everywhere? Monk helps your content reach the world.

Easy to use

Facilitate navigation through translations to your users using a fully-customizable language switcher.

Open Source

Are you a developer and want to help improve Monk? Join us on GitHub.

Credits

Special thanks to Lipis by SVG country flags.

Screenshots

  • Pages table with language column.
  • Language filter in action.
  • Fully-customizable language switcher.
  • Language switcher widget.
  • The Settings page.
  • Post edition screen.
  • Localized URLs.
  • Medias translation support.
  • Terms edition.
  • Menus edition.

Installation

  1. Install and activate Monk from the Plugins menu in WordPress or download and unzip the plugin folder manually inside of wp-content/plugins.
  2. Go to Monk > General Settings and select a language for your current content and add other languages you may want to translate.
  3. If you already have Posts, Pages or other content, you’ll need set a language for them. You can do it automatically on Monk > Tools page or by saving manually for each.
  4. Remember to activate the Language Switcher Widget under Appearence > Widgets to let your site visitors easily navigate through the translations.

FAQ

Installation Instructions
  1. Install and activate Monk from the Plugins menu in WordPress or download and unzip the plugin folder manually inside of wp-content/plugins.
  2. Go to Monk > General Settings and select a language for your current content and add other languages you may want to translate.
  3. If you already have Posts, Pages or other content, you’ll need set a language for them. You can do it automatically on Monk > Tools page or by saving manually for each.
  4. Remember to activate the Language Switcher Widget under Appearence > Widgets to let your site visitors easily navigate through the translations.
Will this plugin work with any theme?

Yeah! That’s what we expect, right? 🙂
But if you find anything buggy open a new forum topic.

Where can I find a documentation?

Try in our GitHub Wiki or open a new forum topic so we can help you.

Can I contribute or report bugs to Monk?

You must! Join us on our GitHub repository 🙂

Reviews

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Contributors & Developers

“Monk” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

“Monk” has been translated into 1 locale. Thank you to the translators for their contributions.

Translate “Monk” into your language.

Interested in development?

Browse the code, check out the SVN repository, or subscribe to the development log by RSS.

Change log

[0.7.0]

  • Added hreflang tags
  • Added comments filter by post language on admin
  • Added monk_get_translations function that can be used to create custom language switchers
  • Changed database queries to improve performance
  • Fixed static front page bug
  • Fixed custom meta queries overwrite
  • Fixed syntax error on plugin activation for older PHP versions
  • Fixed terms filter button was not showing
  • Fixed incorrectly language options when opening last edited menu

[0.6.0]

  • Changed the notification system for when Monk settings page gets updated
  • Improved customizer settings for the Language Switcher widget
  • Added terms language filter
  • Added the filter monk_custom_language_slug to let users change language slugs

See changelog for older versions