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WordPress does not support a bilingual or multilingual blog out-of-the-box. There are however Plugins developed by the WordPress community which will allow you to create a multilingual blog easily. Creating a mulitlingual blog is basically installing WordPress in more than one language and letting the Plugin switch between them. This includes installing .mo languages files which most Plugins will require you to do manually.

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How would I approach automatically applying a Google translation to page content for ~500 custom posts on my site? I’ve created a French version of my website using the WPML plugin (French site here) …
asked Oct 31 '17 by cag8f
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The replies in this outside thread led me to discover that a cookie is indeed being set in the browser that instructs a Google translation to be applied. This is the information I was after. edit: …
answered Oct 10 '17 by cag8f
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My site uses a plugin (Google Language Translator) to apply a Google translation of the text (see page here--the flags at the top of the page switch the language). If I change to another language, cl …
asked Oct 9 '17 by cag8f