Install a translation plugin: To translate your website, you’ll need to install a translation plugin such as WPML or Polylang. This will allow you to create different language versions of your pages and posts.
Create language versions: Once the plugin is installed, go to the plugin’s settings and create different language versions of your website. For example, if you want to translate your website into Spanish, create a Spanish language version.
Edit the page in Elementor: Go to the page you want to translate and click on the Edit with Elementor button. This will open the Elementor page builder.
Select the language version: In Elementor, go to the language switcher in the top bar and select the language version of the page you want to translate.
Translate the content: Use Elementor’s page builder to translate the text, images, and other content on the page. Elementor has built-in support for multiple languages, so you can use it to easily translate your content.
Repeat the process: Repeat the process for each page and post you want to translate.
Before you start translating your website, it’s a good idea to have a plan for your translation strategy, including what pages and posts you want to translate and what languages you want to use. Also, some translation plugins may require a paid subscription to access all features.