WordPress is the most popular web content management system in the world, used by 35% of the websites. To easily manage the translations of multilingual websites, site owners and content managers can use the LocHub WordPress connector.
The LocHub WordPress connector allows content managers to select the WordPress content that needs to be translated, create a translation job, send it to any Language Service Provider and publish the translated content, all from within the LocHub interface.
In addition, LocHub reports in real-time on the status of your translation job(s).
After the connector configuration (which required minimal developer skills), LocHub pulls content from WordPress, allowing content managers to easily select the WordPress content that needs to be translated, set the automation rules and send it for translation to any LSP or directly to MT.
The connector supports the translation of pages, posts and even content created via Custom Post Types. Watch the video below to get an impression on how it works.
Find Answers to Your Questions
We submit whatever AEM supports and is selected at project creation: assets, pages, l18n dictionaries and tags.
Yes, it does. For example, by transferring the html of a page as long as the content owner allows for it.
The content manager would create a new project to translate the new page version or the updated page.
No, there is no limit and no noticeable slowdown.
Yes, it is.
The status in AEM will be updated. In addition, the content manager / localization manager can access the project overview in LocHub for more details.
There is a page view function in AEM that the content manager can use to sign-off the page before publishing (no connection to the translation memory). LocHub also supports in-context review function on TMS side.
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