Bilingual WordPress website in Welsh and English for CULT Cymru
Here’s an example of a multilingual website (Welsh and English) I developed recently for the CULT Cymru training[…]
How to create maps of Wales: castles, rivers, post boxes, cycle routes, and more
Here’s an easy and fun guide on how to create maps of Wales (or anywhere) with pinned features.[…]
Tarian Cymru – some reflections on the work
About Tarian Cymru A group of us have been running Tarian Cymru for over two months now, and[…]
Settled website: helping people with settled status applications
I’ve built a website for a brand new charity called Settled. The charity helps people who need to[…]
Cordon Sanitaire Wales: campaign website
Some organisations already follow a policy of ‘cordon sanitaire’ towards a particular UK political party which is well[…]
Map i Gymru: building an OpenStreetMap in Welsh
Have a peek at this map of Wales, with place names in Welsh. Until now many people have never seen place names in Welsh such as Aberteifi, Treffynnon or Aberdaugleddau on an online map – or indeed any map. These names have been used for many generations until the present day, from conversations to road signs to media.
Cof y Cwmwd: wiki website about Uwchgwyrfai’s history
Here’s an item in Welsh for the TV programme Heno about Cof y Cwmwd, a new multi-author website[…]
Bilingual websites and multilingual projects in WordPress
People often ask me about the best way to create and manage a truly bilingual or multilingual website. This is a common need in many contexts around the world.