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WPML Translation Check

Description

When surfing the Internet, how often have your come across an incorrectly translated webpage?

Having a website with a lot of elements (posts, pages, products or some other custom post) means it’s difficult to know if ALL the content of all the elements is written in the correct language or simply the translator forgot to translate something.

This plugin helps us to carry out a language check of all our WordPress content, and to maintain language coherence throughout the website.

How does it work?

For example, take an e-commerce website in two languages: English and Spanish.

The plugin retrieves the product description from each language, and shows in a table what language the description should be written in and what language it’s actually written in.

Thus, you can see visually which products in their Spanish version have an English description.

Important: this plugin requires WPML installed.

Docs & Support

If you were unable to find the answer to your question on the FAQ or in any of the documentation, you should check the support forum on WordPress.org. If you can’t locate any topics that pertain to your particular issue, post a new topic for it.

Pro version

The version of our language detection program on WordPress.org can only consult 50 posts because of performance reasons. If you would like to remove this limitation go to: http://www.debelop.com/wpml-translation-check.

Screenshots

  • Settings page
  • Detection results

Installation

From the WordPress Dashboard:

  • Go to Plugin > Add new.
  • Search for WPML translation check.
  • Activate WPML Translation Check from the plugins page.
  • Go to WPML > Check Translations.

From WordPress.org:

  • Download WPML Translation Check.
  • Transfer the folder WPML-translation-check to the directory /wp-content/plugins directory of your WordPress installation.
  • Activate WPML Translation Check from the plugins page.
  • Go to WPML > Check Translations.

FAQ

Can I check the language of custom post types?

Yes. Go to Translation Check > Settings and select the post types you want to check.

The system does not check all posts

The version on WordPress.org can only check the last 50 posts. If you would like to remove this limitation go to: http://www.debelop.com/wpml-translation-check

Contributors & Developers

“WPML Translation Check” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

Change log

1.1.2

  • Add slug

1.1.1

  • Small style/usability changes

1.1

  • After first check, subsequent checks trigger a page load to retrieve latest content

1.0.2

  • Better WPML plugin detection

1.0.1

  • Fix WPML plugin detection

1.0

  • Initial version.