11 June, 2014 at 9:41 am #3443
If you want to contribute your own translation, feel free to send me your files and I will be more than happy to include them.
To translate into your language, just use the included wppizza-locale-en_GB.po file you will find in the lang directory of the plugin, copy and rename it to whatever language you would like to translate it in – i.e for brazilien portugese you would rename it to wppizza-locale-pt_BR.po – and start translating.
a free version of poedit you could use can be found here
Note: As the plugin gets updated over time and has some other strings and features added, any translations already provided as well as future ones will probably have a few strings not yet translated.
If you wish, feel free to provide any of those missing and I will update the translations accordingly.24 October, 2014 at 3:26 pm #5776SvetlanaParticipant
How have translated your plugin into German. Now I would like to know, how can I switch on these translation? Should I write anything in code or write the gatway to this file? Thx!24 October, 2014 at 3:29 pm #5779
>Now I would like to know, how can I switch on these translation?
just set wordpress to be in de
WP<4.0 : in wp-config.php set define('WPLANG', ''); to define('WPLANG', 'de_DE');
WP>=4.0 : WordPress settings -> general -> site language30 November, 2015 at 2:27 pm #14258deluxpizzaParticipant
I work with WP in English language but on a German site
Is it possible to work in WP English but use the German translation of the plugin?
Thank you and best regards
Willi30 November, 2015 at 2:31 pm #14265
the admin side will follow whatever language wordpress is set to – and if it does not exist, it will be english
the frontend is translatable into / usable in any language (wppizza->localization) and totally independent of what language has been set in the admin or of what languages the plugin has already been translated into
the same concept applies to all plugins/extensions
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