WordPress: Are pipdig themes multilingual?


It is possible to create a multi language site on WordPress by using a plugin such as Polylang, WPML or WeGlot. This allows you to create different versions of each post/page. For example, if you published a blog post in English, you can also publish it in French or German too.

You can find all of our translated/multilingual themes on this page.

If you would like to translate any English text to your language you are welcome to contact us. We will add this to the theme for you 🙂

Languages already translated:

  • English (US)
  • English (GB)
  • Bulgarian (Български)
  • Danish (Dansk)
  • German (Deutsche)
  • Spanish (Español)
  • Mexican Spanish (Español de México)
  • French (Français)
  • Italian (Italiano)
  • Hungarian (Magyar)
  • Norwegian (Norsk)
  • Netherlands (Nederlands)
  • Poland (Polski)
  • Portuguese (Português)
  • Brazilian Portuguese (Português do Brasil)
  • Russian (Русский)
  • Slovenian (Slovenščina)
  • Serbian (Српски језик)
  • Swedish (Svenska)
  • Turkish (Türkçe)

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  1. Joseph Levarato

    Hello, I’m using the Equinox theme, and even though my website is set up as “french”, I keep seeing “comments” instead of “commentaires”. I could fix it myself, but is there a “better” way to do so?

    1. Phil (pipdig)

      Hi Joseph, that’s strange, the text should be translated into French. I just had a look at your site and it is showing as “commentaires” for me. Is that because you edited the file already? If so, you may wish to update the theme. The most recent version should include an updated French translation.

      1. Joseph Levarato

        Hello, thank you for your reply! and sorry, I just realized I wasn’t precise enough: I have the issue when clicking on any category: “Je m’entraine bien”, “Je mange mieux”, etc. For now, there’s only one article, but you can see below it the “comment” word instead of “commentaire”

        1. Phil (pipdig)

          Good point! I’ve fixed this in the latest version of the theme. If you go ahead and update via this guide, it will fix that for you. Thanks for pointing this out 🙂

          You will also find lots of new font options within the “Font Options” section of the Customizer screen too.

  2. Sabrina

    I’m using the “featured image panel” function in my opulence theme.
    Is it possible to link the images to a different link depending on the language the user selected? I’m using polylang for multilanguage function.

    1. Phil (pipdig)

      Hi Sabrina, if the “pipdig Power Pack” is updated to the latest version (3.7.9 at this time) then you will be able to translate this. You can find those links in the Polylang strings page. Let me know if you can’t find them and I’ll see if I can find the names 🙂

  3. D

    Can i translate al the words in dutch myself ?

    I don’t want a multi language site. I want de website in dutch only.

    Thank you

    1. Phil (pipdig)

      Hi D, if your language is set to Dutch in the settings then the theme will only show that language.

      1. D

        Sorry to say, but not everything is in dutch. like the search box.

        1. Phil (pipdig)

          There may be some missing translations when we add new features to themes. If you’d like to send the Dutch text for any sections we can add that to the next update for you. You’re welcome to send any translations to support@pipdig.co.uk.

  4. Alessia Pagani

    Hello! I am using Polylang to make my website in Italian and English. I’d like to add the change language widget on my header but I’m not able to do this, can you help me?

    1. Phil (pipdig)

      Hi Alessia! You can add the Polylang Language Switcher to any menu via the first question in this guide.

  5. Neda

    Is it possible to make bilingual website and add a language widget for ex. eng|ger ? But by that i mean to have double website and that i write translation by myself, since the ones that are available on the internet usually aren’t good and doesn’t translate well.

    1. Phil (pipdig)

      Hi Neda, yes this is how the plugins mentioned above work. You would create a new version of a blog post in each language, then readers can switch between the languages using a widget 🙂

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