Discussion on PO Composer | Plugin to Manage Localization Files

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Great Plugin! Going to install and test it right now.

appreciate that, thanks for choosing our plugin!

Great Plugin mate :)

thanks a lot!

Seems to be very useful. Is it also possible to translate plugins?

Sure, you can translate plugins. Except, the algorithm of work with added applications is a little different. You need to use clipboard. This is a little bit more difficult than work with theme’s texts, and yet it’s much easier than regular po-editor). We will add more detailed explanation on how to work with plug-ins into our Documentation, thanks for the tip. Thanks

Very useful! GLWS!

Thanks a lot!

Hi, thema is compatible with: IE9, IE10, IE11, Firefox, Safari, Opera, Chrome? Thanks

Hi, Actually, the plug-in does not contain browser-depending components, so yes, it’s cmopatible with all the mentioned above :)

Hi, work con WP 4? Thanks

Hi, Yes, it will work with WP4

HI, I wonder can I only translate front end of theme words instead dashboard of wordpress? Thanks.

Hi,

You need to translate the …\languages\default.po file. To translate it into your language, you should:

1. Copy default.po file to your desktop for editing.

2. Open the .po file using a program like PoEdit http://www.poedit.net/. Click on the text to edit and enter your translation at the bottom box.

3. Next, you have to save your .po file using the naming convention based on the language code (e.g. pt for Portuguese) followed by the country code (e.g. _BR for Brazil)

So, the Brazilian Portuguese file would be called pt_BR.po. When saing your .po it will automatically create a new .mo file for you, with the same naming convention ( so using the example above, the file would be called pt_BR.mo

4. Upload the .po and .mo files you just created to your /languages folder so they are in the same directory as the default.po and default.mo

5. The last step is to tell WordPress what language to show. Open your wp-config.php file in a text editor and search for: define(‘WPLANG’, ’’);

Edit this line according to the .mo file you’ve just downloaded, e.g. for the Portuguese spoken in Brazil you must add: define define(‘WPLANG’, ‘pt_BR’);

After the merger ru_RU.po (as shown in the Video Tutorial Part 3) i checked the result in PoEdit.
80 red bugs!
And again as before the purchase of the composer, I must manually compare the new file with the old one. And every php file!
I don’t understand what assistance does the Composer :(

Hello,

Please, contact us via ticket system. It will be much faster and more effective. Just click on banner “Support Sys” on the item page and get qualified help from our support operators. Enter your purchase key and fill out the ticket form. All information on the work of our support team you will find in the Support section on the theme page.

Thanks

Ok, load, edit translations, but how do you activate one? No changes appear in the front end where the strings should be translated. Can you please clarify this?

Hello, Please, contact us via ticket system. It will be much faster and more effective. Just click on banner “Support Sys” on the item page and get qualified help from our support operators. Enter your purchase key and fill out the ticket form. All information on the work of our support team you will find in the Support section on the theme page. Thanks

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