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    I need some help with my Flashlight shop.

    I would like to have a site in different languages (5) and all should use same (1) woocommerce shop (translated).

    How should I do it. My url is . It doesnt metter if slovenian or german page would be or

    I have searched forum but didnt find answer (that i can understand :) )

    Please help me with easiest way. I have installed qTranslate and works ok but I need help with organisation of pages…

    Thank you!


    WooCommerce doesn’t support qtranslate. Personally I’m not sure if it’s a good idea to use one shop for 5 languages – this will result in a lot of data and you’ll probably hit some performance limits very soon (long loading times, it’s hard to manage all products in 5 languages, etc.). I’d set up a multisite blog and on each blog create a new shop in a different language.

    However if you want to try the “one shop” solution use: WPML and to translate the blog/shop.


    Thanks Dude!

    This was my idea.

    I must add that I will have maximum 10 products in the shop. Most probably only 5. Boutique shop :) Do you think that this will still cause problems with delays and slow performance?

    Thanks for help!


    Hi gustlovina,

    You may not with only 10 products but you won’t be able to expand later on without running into those performance issues so just keep that in mind.





    what i did…

    I have instaleld multisite WP. I made subsites, installed wooocommerce multilingual (as you recommended) and set wordpress language for each subsite… Of course I will have to translate woocommerce .po and .mo files but it is very easy with CodeStyling Localization plugin. I think it works ok till now.

    What do you think about this solution?





    Yes, sounds good :)

    Best regards,


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