There are many types of “multilingual” website in WordPress.
1) Manage multilingual posts in one post per language. Translations are then linked together, indicating that one page is the translation of another.
Plugin: WPML http://wpml.org/ (paid)
2) Store all languages alternatives for each post in the same post.
Plugin: Qtranslate http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/qtranslate/ (free)
3) Link together separate WordPress network (multisite) installations for each language by pinging back and forth.
Plugin: Multilingual Press http://wordpress.org/plugins/multilingual-press/ (free&paid)
Which one is the best? It depends on what you need.
If you want to make a simple multilingual, you can go with Qtranslate.
If you want complete solution, including multilingual woocommerce, you can go with WPML.
If you don’t want to see lock in effect – when you disable our plugin, all sites will still work as separate sites without any data-loss or garbage output – then you can go with MultiLingual Press.
Why is everyone believing that this video is real? Highly experienced digital painters don’t even get this level of detail in Photoshop, let alone on a friggin’ IPAD! This is a reversed video which means he used a real photograph of Morgan Freeman in the very beginning and only then started ‘fingerpainting’ the video and no, I don’t mean he used the photo as reference. EDIT: Here’s the high-res photo: http://www.moviepilot.de/files/images/0486/8182/Morgan_Freeman.jpg
He has 58 videos on his Youtube account, you can start checking this http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hp9xebOHWuk where he show how he use his hand to draw in iPad to see his real skill…
Check also one of his tutorial on MacWorld here, http://www.macworld.com/article/1163425/painting_a_portrait_with_the_ipad.html and http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uH2ZkaonsdY
Also this one, How to draw / paint on the iPad http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P9tKW01RfAA
Thank you for the responses! It appears that the Intuit Payment Gateways are very similar. Aside from the first one at the $79.00 price point being a little more robust from an administrative standpoint, is there any other pros/cons on the two choices listed?
$79: “official” product from WooThemes (WooCommerce developer), support/update is available for one year. Yes, you have to renew it every year if you want to get support/update.
$25: “unofficial” product by a CodeCanyon author, support/update is provided as long as it is still available on CodeCanyon and the author wants to provide support/update.
I don’t understand the difference between the $45 version & the $1,000 version.
I think, what you ask is the difference between regular license and extended license. What you need is reading this page, which is very informative now, you can check the comparison table…http://themeforest.net/licenses
If you still get more questions, you can check this page, http://themeforest.net/licenses/faq
Basically what is her issue?
Her main concerns is that the entire site be hers …
Yes, of course…
... only hers …
It depends. If you buy it from any theme shop and do small modifications, then it will look similar with other website that use same theme. But if she really wants to get totally different look that only she has, then she needs a custom designed theme.
I am sure she means her logo, webcopy, etc.
Yes, of course
but she may want to know that she can change the design & the design is hers …
Yes, of course. You have bought a theme as a starting point. You are free to modify the design. The original design is still copyrighted to original theme designer, of course, but it is not an issue. No need to put “Designer by Someone” on the footer.
she will never have any problems down the road.
What problem? Any example?
What you need is Intuit Payment Gateway for WooCommerce… You can buy it in some places, for example:http://www.woothemes.com/products/intuit-qbms/ ($79)
If you want to read more about configure SSL with WooCommerce, follow these articles: http://docs.woothemes.com/document/ssl-and-https/