WordPress - Troubleshooting - My website is not translated at all when I click on the language button.

In this article, you'll find how to understand why your website isn't translated at all.
  • Weglot is now set up,
  • the country selector is displayed on your website (otherwise: http://bit.ly/2uRBG8c)
  • you tried to change the language, 
  • however, your entire website is not translated at all (if partially translated: http://bit.ly/2t9U2Px).

 Follow this 2 steps check-up:

1. Too many calls error

You may have this error at the end of the source code of your website. You can access to your source code in your browser, with a right-click. Select: "display source code".


Disable your Weglot plugin. Clean your cache (the plugin one and the browser one, both of us). Then, reactivate Weglot and refresh your website. If it still not work, go to the next step.

2. Number of words

Check your total number of translated words on your Weglot Dashboard under "Current  Word Usage". If you see that you have more than 2.000 words, you reached the limit of translated words for the Free plan.

That's why your website isn't translated. If you want to reactivate the service, you'll need to take one of our Premium plans here. You can check the different plans here.

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