Can I translate my URLs?
In this article, you will know if you can translate your URLs.
At the moment, it's only possible to translate your URLs if you're using WordPress and if you manage an Advanced plan or higher (see the pricing documentation)
We are working to release the feature on other integration as well
If you're using WordPress and if you manage an Advanced plan (or higher) you can translate your URLs by following the steps below:
First, you can go into your Weglot Dashboard > Translations > URL slugs:
As you can see, the original slugs are on the left column and you have the possibility to translate them directly on the right one:
You also have the possibility to generate an automatic translation by clicking on "Auto translate" on the right side of each line:
Please note that if you don't want to translate a specific slug, you can simply leave the field blank, in this case, Weglot will simply use the original slug
Finally, if you are adding new URLs to your website, they won't be automatically added, you'll have to visit them in your translated language(s) and click on the arrows to synchronize your URLs with Weglot:
If it's not working, make sure to clear your browser cache, your WordPress cache and/or to try in incognito mode