When it comes to creating a multilingual website with WordPress, there’s no question that the WPML plugin is the best out there. Responsive WordPress themes from Theme Blvd are already mostly compatible with WPML, and for the parts that don’t integrate great, we’ve created this simple free plugin, Theme Blvd WPML Bridge.
From working with Theme Blvd themes, you probably already know that we offer many features outside of what a standard WordPress theme might. — For example, have you wondered how exactly to tackle creating custom layouts with the Theme Blvd framework’s layout builder and have them integrate with WPML and creating a multilingual website?
With this website, our goal is discuss how WPML and Theme Blvd can work together. We’re going to assume you already know a little about using the WPML plugin itself and that you are already familiar with the basic of using a Theme Blvd theme.
You can start browsing the links to the right to get started.
For general information on WPML, you can see their documentation here:
You can find your Theme Blvd user documentation within your ThemeForest or Mojo Themes download package. And if you’re a developer, you can find tons of free tutorials here on working with the framework: