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I have a WordPress website.

What I want to do is leave the back-end of the website in English, but in the meantime I want the front-end of it to be in Chinese. (So that it translates every text generated with plugins by script).

Thank you in advance for your answers.

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Have a look at WPML (WordPress Multilingual Plugin) and qTranslate individually to see if either of them can suit your needs.

Here's also a review comparing the two: Best WordPress Multilanguage Plugins

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My site similar.

i install wp in english then install new theme in english then translate this by own.

you can work this way.

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