Free download WPML nulled v. 3.8.3 Multilingual WordPress plugin (updated on October 06, 2017) makes it easy to run a multilingual website with a single WordPress installation. Choose languages for your site and start translating content.
WPML comes with over 40 languages. You can also add your own language variants (like Canadian French or Mexican Spanish) using WPML’s languages editor.
You can arrange different language contents in the same domain (in language directories), in sub-domains or in completely different domains.
WPML plugin free download instructions
In order to free download WPML v. 3.8.3 plugin, just click the purple big button below and directly download the zip file
The download file contains:
– WPML-3.8.3.zip (Size: 2.82 MB).
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Video: step by step guide to WPML plugin installation
How to install WPML nulled ?
WordPress allows you to install plugins from the backend dashboard or via FTP.
We strongly recommand to install any WordPress plugin via FTP.
- Extract the plugin folder from the download package by unziping it;
- Open your FTP program (i.e. FileZilla) and upload WPML folder in /wp-content/plugins onto your server;
- Go to your WordPress Dashboard >> Plugins >> Installed Plugins >> click “Activate” button for WPML. Once done, you will see the plugin successfully installed on the plugins page.
For all available plugin setting, please visit WPML free download online documentation (user guide) at the address: https://wpml.org/documentation/
How to activate free WPML plugin ?
Nulled WPML is already to go, just install it and start to build any website you want !
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WPML v. 3.8.3 Nulled Multilingual Plugin Changelog (updated on October 06, 2017)
- Fixed fatal error occurring after updating an original post.
- Fixed a caching issue with Language Switcher when new languages are activated.
- [Security] Validated and escaped the value assigned to the current language, especially when read from GET or POST requests. Credit for this goes to Jouko Pynnonen (https://klikki.fi) who reported the possible exploit.