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Translating your WordPress site with Localizer

If you use WordPress to host your online store or business website, you can start translating specific pages and also segment and test your localization features. In this article, we’ll walk you through how to implement Localizer on WordPress.

Why integrate Localizer and WordPress?
  • You'll be able to localize and translate specific pages for different audiences, from different locales
  • You'll be able to rapidly test specific landing pages and gauge the audiences' reception to your business and brand in specific markets - before officially launching there
  • Enable on-demand, high-quality translation for your WordPress site
  • Localizer works seamlessly with any WordPress theme and site structure

Steps to Add Localizer to WordPress 

If you're using a self-hosted WordPress instance to host your site - you can easily add the Localizer JavaScript Integration code by following the steps below:

1Login to your Localizer account and copy the JavaScript. (Menu > Integration)

2Login to the Admin section of your WordPress instance.

3Hover over the "Appearance" section from the toolbar on the left-hand side, then select "Editor".

4Click on "Header" from the "Templates" section on the right.

5Locate the <body> tag. Place the Localizer JavaScript directly below this tag.

6Click on "Update file" and your site is ready to be translated.