You have done your research and went with the most popular CMS available. The CMS that powers a third of all websites and commands over 60% of the market share. And, why is WordPress so popular? Well, you know that it offers an unparalleled combination of simple to use and easy to maintain, while still offering fully rich and customizable multi-media experiences. And, while it started out as the premier solution for hosting blogs (and still backs 97% of blogs today!), it has become one of the best and most popular CMS solutions available.
With the largest community of users in the world, you are never alone. WordPress hosts a community forum moderated by employees and passionate WordPress fans alike. Can’t find an answer there, then there are a plethora of websites, forums and blogs dedicated to getting the most out of WordPress. WordPress communities are also available on Facebook, Twitter, Reddit, and pretty much every social network out there.
One for All
WordPress was developed for both the beginner and the expert. So, start with the drag-and-drop experience, themes, and the Customizer to publish a professional site immediately. Exhausted those capabilities? Then jump in and change the code to customize your digital experience. Truly, using WordPress, anyone can build the digital experience you need to deliver.
Lingotek & WordPress
First introduced in July, 2015, the Lingotek WordPress connector works in conjunction with the Polylang plugin, which provides the plumbing to support a multi-lingual site. You simply create your WordPress content – including posts, pages, media, categories, post tags, menus, widgets, … – and with a click of a button send it off to be translated, and when that is complete your translated content is returned – ready to be served up. It couldn’t be simpler. And yet, it is backed by the most flexible, and powerful, TMS platform. Simple to execute within WordPress, but leveraging all of your linguistic assets and content-specific workflows behind the scenes.