Learn how to make a multilingual online course/ educational WordPress website using Sensei and WPML plugins.
🔹Online course/educational website walkthrough (00:00)
Our example website has English as the default language and Spanish as the secondary language. It includes a coureses page that lists all the courses that we added to our website. Each course have a few lessons and each lesson has a quiz that tests the understanding of the learner.
🔹Required plugins and configuration (01:02)
Of courses, you need to install and activate the WPML core plugins along with the Sensei plugin. You also need to activate the manual translation mode to translate Sensei’s content
🔹Translating course categories, modules and questions categories (01:31)
We start off with translating the course categories. The reason for translating the course categories and modules before translating the course page is that we want to assign the translated version of the course to the translated category.
🔹 Sensei content duplication (02:11)
In this section, you will learn how to duplicate the courses, lessons, and quizzes pages into the other languages.
🔹Translating the course page (02:55)
Simply, navigate to the editing screen of the course page that you want to translate. There, use the admin bar language switcher to choose the language you want to translate your course into. Finally, Click the “Translate independently” button to disconnect copying the default language content on the secondary language course and add the translated content to the page.
🔹Translating Questions (03:35)
To add the translated content to a question, go to the questions editing page. Click the “Translate independently” button then add the translated content. Update the page to save the translation.
🔹 Translating lessons (04:26)
Navigate to the secondary language lessons screen. Go to the editing screen of the lesson you want to translate. Click the Translate Independently button and add the translation.
To add the lesson questions that we have translated in the previous step, scroll to the “Quiz Questions” meta box, click the “Existing Questions” tab. And add the translated lesson questions.
The last step of translating the lesson is to assign it to the translated version of the course. Once done, don’t forget to “Update”.
🔹Translating texts from the Sensei plugin (05:19)
You can translate all the texts that comes from the Sensei plugin by navigation to the WPML String Translation screen. There, search for the text you want to translate. Click the translations link to add the translated text, tick the “Translation is complete” checkbox, and save.
🔹Translating Sensei pages (06:20)
Upon installation, the Sensei plugin automatically creates a few pages. To translate these pages navigate to the secondary language page listing screen. There, edit the page you want to translate. Click the “Translate independently” button and add the translated content.
🔹Translating Menus (07:15)
Check out our documentation about translating menus:
📝We have also prepared written documentation that explains the workflow of translating Sensie websites using WPML:
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