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The Block Editor is Now Supported on the WordPress Native Apps — The WordPress.com Blog – WordPress Website Design Article

The Block Editor is Now Supported on the WordPress Native Apps The block editor allows for a smoother drafting experience – now possible on any screen size. Part of what helps WordPress power 35% of the web is language: WordPress is fully translated into 68 languages. Pair that with the WordPress native apps, which make WordPress available across devices, and you have a globally accessible tool. Today we’re announcing app updates that bring the new Block editor to mobile devices, so…

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The No-Plugin Guide for a Multilingual WordPress Site Using Multisite – WordPress Website Design Article

Don’t let the limits of language limit your website’s reach on the World Wide Web. People from all over the world visit your website. If you’re serving content in only one language, you’re pushing many interested visitors away. Having a multilingual site has its perks. It lets you connect with an international audience and bring in new customers. A multi-language site also gives you a competitive edge. If there’s a potential multilingual market for your business, and your competitors aren’t…

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WPML, qTranslate or Polylang – Which to Choose and Why? (2019) – WordPress Website Design Article

Home / Plugins / WPML, qTranslate X or Polylang – The Three Most Popular Multilingual WordPress Plugins Compared (2019) By Joe Fylan Last updated: March 31, 2019 If you want to publish your content in more than one language, the most common approach is to create a multilingual website. As you’d expect, WordPress boasts a number of excellent purpose-built multilingual/translation plugins to help with this. In this article, we’ll be exploring and comparing: WPML, qTranslate XT, and Polylang — arguably…

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