How to create a DIVI multilingual website and translate all DIVI builder content

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WordPress gives you the perfect platform to share your words, post your art or sell your wares. Vanilla WordPress, however, leaves much to be desired. In particular, WordPress on its own does not help you create aesthetically-pleasing content nor translate your content to reach ever-greater audiences. Luckily, WordPress is welcoming to solutions for both problems.

With page builders like Divi, WordPress lets you go beyond vanilla blogging. Divi transforms the entire page building process on your WordPress blog. From the Divi editor, you can create practically any type of page and any type of post—everything customized to your needs. And with Linguise, you can transform your creations into multilingual content.

Why DIVI translations matter?

Localizing WordPress is not only important but essential, and not only for the obvious reasons. Translating is an expensive process, but it also takes your time-consuming creations—whether they are words, art or products sold on an e-commerce platform—and serves them to new, foreign markets. And if the extended reach does not entice you enough, then the benefits to search engine optimization (SEO) must change your mind.

Yet if translations and localization were so easy, every website would have them. In practice, translating a WordPress blog or e-commerce storefront poses considerable challenges. From the cost of manual translations to the usually-poor quality of automatic translations, translations remain a difficult undertaking.

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What is Linguise?

Translations were a difficult undertaking until Linguise came along. With its low price point and high-quality, neural network-powered automatic translations, Linguise vanquished many of the obstacles in the way of multilingual WordPress websites.


We built Linguise with ease-of-use and quality in mind. Linguise can translate all types of WordPress content, including posts and pages created with DIVI, and comes with its own live editor. In other words, you, or human translators, can use the live editor to catch the mistakes that the machine learning translation misses. 

And when Linguise finishes translating all the text, it goes one extra step. The WordPress plugin optimizes even the hidden content: the metadata, the inline HTML and CSS, and the sitemaps. The final product is a multilingual, SEO WordPress blog that is greater than the sum of its parts.

Linguise versus Google Translate local translation

You may think that your WordPress blog does not need Linguise. Why would your users prefer Linguise’s automatic translations instead of using Google Translate? For two reasons, mainly. First, Google Translate’s quality does not compare with Linguise’s. Google Translate is also prone to missing idiomatic phrases, especially with unpopular language pairs.

Second, and perhaps even more importantly, Google Translate does not create new multilingual pages. All Google Translate does is translate the text visible in your WordPress users’ browser. The distinction is slight but important. Because Google Translate does not create new pages with translations, Google and other search engines cannot index your localized pages, and thus does not help SEO.

Choosing the best translation plugin for WordPress + DIVI builder

Your second intuition might be to use a different plugin. The question has its merits; after all, WordPress has several automatic translation plugins. Each one of them, however, comes with a fatal flaw. Each plugin inevitably either has an exorbitant price or a poor translation quality.

Linguise, on the other hand, has neither. Linguise’s quotas are generous and the prices affordable. In fact, Linguise’s quotas have recently been increased and the prices lowered! The live editor and the ability to invite human editors combined with the seamless integration with WordPress make Linguise the ideal translator.

Setting up Linguise on WordPress

The pinnacle of Linguise’s affordability lies in the fact that it comes with a one-month free trial that does not even require a credit card. Therefore, if you want to experiment with Linguise on your WordPress blog, getting started is as simple as registering Linguise. All you need to do is provide your name, email address and password.

The Linguise setup still has one important stage. The first thing you need to do is link your Linguise account with your domain. Click on add domain and fill in your WordPress blog’s URL, the account, and the blog’s original language.

Next, and perhaps most importantly, choose the languages into which you want to translate your WordPress website. Linguise’s neural network translations support over 80 languages, and you can select as many as you want. Naturally, the more languages you choose, the quicker you’ll reach your account’s quota. Just below, you can also choose whether to translate URLs.

If you click on the next step button, you will finally have your license key, or the domain API key. The API key is how your WordPress blog and DIVI communicate with Linguise. Therefore, copy the key into your clipboard.

Linguise comes with a dedicated plugin to translate your WordPress blog. Through this plugin, you can translate all of your posts and pages at once, even those created using the Divi editor. Download the plugin from the Linguise website and install it on WordPress; go to plugins and add new, and upload the plugin. Once you install the plugin, activate it.

The last step to complete your Linguise setup and transform your WordPress blog into a multilingual website is to paste your license key. Paste your API key in Linguise’s configuration and apply changes. Now, you can start translating your WordPress and DIVI content.

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Creating posts and pages with the DIVI editor

Divi owes its popularity to two things: its ease-of-use and its flexibility. Building a post or page with the Divi editor is exceedingly simple. Create a new post or page as usual from WordPress and click on Use The Divi Builder in the Gutenberg editor, which will take you to a different editor.


The Divi editor caters for several users and use-cases. You can create your own layout from scratch or you can use a premade layout. If you need something unique, you create your own layout, but if you are pressed for time, you can use one of the many hundreds of available layouts and populate them with your content.

A layout is a collection of rows with elements inside them. You can have multiple columns with all types of content. All you need to do is edit the content, either from the default editor or from the frontend, by clicking on Build on the Front End.



Editing content in the front end is as simple as it can get. Simply click on an element to change the text, and use the controls (in green or in gray) to add more rows or elements. Save the draft or publish the page when you’re ready to start translating with Linguise!

Translating DIVI content on WordPress

The best thing about Linguise is that it is plugin-agnostic. It does not matter whether you prefer to use WordPress’ vanilla Gutenberg editor, Elementor or DIVI: Linguise translates all of it. Linguise automatically translates new content, and your users can change the localization using the in-built language switcher.


Clicking on the language switcher, and actually switching the language, will take you to a subdomain dedicated to the new language. The subtle change is a meaningful one. By generating new web pages for different languages, Linguise boosts your SEO score and your WordPress blog’s ranking.

Multilingual SEO strategies for DIVI websites

Keyword research is an important step in optimizing your website for search engines. When creating a multilingual website with Divi, it’s important to do separate keyword research on each language version to effectively target your desired visitors across different regions and languages. Here’s how to do keyword research for each language to suit multilingual SEO.

  • Identify languages: Specify the languages ​​you want to target your multilingual website in. Indicate the region and market you want to reach and the languages ​​spoken in that area.
  • Use language-specific keyword research tools: Explore language-specific keyword research tools. Popular tools like Google Keyword Planner, SEMrush, Ahrefs, and Moz offer keyword research capabilities for multiple languages. Additionally, there is a language-specific keyword tool available for languages ​​like Spanish, French, German, etc. Use this tool to identify relevant keywords for each language.
  • Local search trend analysis: See local search trends and specific search searches for each language and region. Understand the keywords and phrases that users in different areas use to search for products, services, or information related to your website. Analyzing local search trends will help you find relevant, high-volume keywords for each language version.
  • Showing culture and language variations: Keep in mind that keywords can differ across languages ​​and cultures. Pay attention to the linguistic variations, synonyms, and common colloquial terms used in each language. Play up local dialects or regional variations of a language and adapt your keyword research accordingly.
  • Evaluation of competition and difficulty: Assessing the level of competition and ranking difficulty for keywords in each language is the thing to do. Determine the competitiveness of keywords in each market language and find opportunities where you can profit. Focus on long-tail keywords or special keywords that have less competition but are still relevant to your target audience.
  • Incorporate keywords into content: Once you’ve identified keywords for each language version of the Divi website, incorporate them strategically into your content. Optimize your page titles, headings, meta descriptions, URL links, and all of your content. Make sure keywords flow naturally and provide value for users.
  • Monitor and improve: Regularly monitor your keyword performance for each language version using analytics tools such as Google Analytics or Search Console. Look for keyword ranking, organic traffic, and user engagement metrics. Based on that data, refine your keyword strategy.

One of the important SEO optimization strategies that you also apply is translating the sitemap. A sitemap is an XML or HTML file that lists the web pages on a site. This file will provide search engines with guidance on your site structure and page hierarchy. A sitemap helps search engines like Google, Bing, and others more efficiently index and understand the content of your website.

Therefore it is important to translate each sitemap for each language. Now, a more complete explanation of how to translate a WordPress sitemap will be discussed below.

Translate WordPress sitemaps with DIVI pages among others

Linguise’s contributions to SEO extend beyond the new subdomains. The translator is also capable of translating sitemaps. Sitemaps may be simple XML files, but they have a complex function. Sitemaps act as instructions to search engines like Google, Bing and Yahoo, telling them where to find your WordPress content.

Generate sitemaps and translating in Linguise is a manual yet simple process. Open your favorite SEO plugin and look for a sitemap; in WP Meta SEO, the sitemap is the first field in the Sitemap menu item. Then, open the sitemap in your browser and add the language prefix. Therefore, becomes Linguise will automatically create the sitemap, allowing Google and other search engines to index your translated content.

Edit 100% of the DIVI translated pages and modules

One problem remains: automatic translations are not infallible, though Linguise’s neural network translations come very close. A pun may be lost in translation, a technical word may be mistranslated, or simply a choice of terms does not exploit SEO. The slightest mistake can make your WordPress blog, or even your business, seem unprofessional. On those occasions, when Linguise fails, you need the human touch to fix mistakes. With Linguise, even manual translations get a boost.

Linguise comes with its own editor—a live editor. You or your contracted translator can access the live editor from your Linguise account. The live editor will first prompt you to choose the language you want to edit, and then take you to the translated version of your WordPress blog. From there, the translator can simply click on mistranslated strings and correct them, right from the live preview.

Best practices for DIVI multilingual websites

Creating a multilingual website with DIVI requires careful planning and execution to ensure a smooth user experience across multiple languages. Here are some best practices to follow when creating DIVI multilingual websites.

  • Choose the right multilingual plugin: Choose a reliable and compatible multilingual plugin that integrates well with DIVI. Look for features such as easy translation management, language switching options, and compatibility with DIVI design elements.
  • Plan the language structure: Decide which languages ​​you want to add and plan the structure of your multilingual website. Then decide whether you want separate domains, subdomains, or language directories for each language version.
  • Use language-specific URLs: Implement language-specific URLs for each language version of your website. This helps search engines and users understand language and region targeting. Use language code or country code in your URLs for better SEO.
  • Enable language switcher: Make sure the language switcher is visible and intuitive, allowing users to easily navigate between languages.
  • Consistent design and layout: Maintain consistency in design and layout across all language versions of your DIVI website. Pay attention to fonts, colors, images, and overall visual elements to ensure a cohesive user experience regardless of the language selected.
  • Translate all content: Translate all visible content on your website, including page titles, menus, titles, and body text. If there are some parts that you don’t want translating, make sure you have set them up with the exception feature in the plugin.
  • Optimize SEO for each language: Perform SEO optimization for each language version of your DIVI website. Do keyword research specific to each language and incorporate relevant keywords into meta tags, titles, and content. Make sure each language version is optimized for search engine visibility.
  • Test functionality across languages: Thoroughly test your multilingual website to ensure that all functions, forms, and interactive elements work smoothly across multiple language versions. Pay attention to special characters, and alignment of content in different languages.
  • Provide language-specific support: Offer customer support in the languages ​​you support on your website. Provide contact information or support channels in each language to effectively respond to user questions or concerns.
  • Update and maintain regularly: Keep your DIVI themes, plugins, and translations up to date. Review and update content regularly to reflect changes and improvements. Monitor user feedback and make necessary adjustments to improve user experience.

By following these best practices, you can create a successful and easy-to-use DIVI multilingual website. These practices will help you engage a wider audience, increase user satisfaction and maximize the potential of your website in multiple languages.

To help make this practice a reality, you can use Linguise as a multilingual translation plugin for websites that have been built using the DIVI builder.


If DIVI is your WordPress builder of choice, don’t let translations discourage you. With Linguise, it matters little which editor you use to build your brand. Translate your blog automatically at an entry-level price without compromising on quality, and when the neural translation fails, give the translations a human touch with Linguise’s live editor. Get started with Linguise’s one-month free trial here.

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