Posts Tagged ‘language’

WordPress and Internationalization

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October 19th, 2011
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I’m sure that you’re all familiar with WordPress in English, but did you know that WordPress is available in 121 languages? There is definitely a lot of work that goes into that, and it’s just another reflection of the power of the WordPress community. Maybe you want to know what goes into that, or how you can get involved. If you do, this presentation from WordCamp Montreal 2011, featuring Paolo Belcastro and Zé Fontainhas, offers a great peak into a world of WordPress that you may have never experienced or even expected.

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New Translation Of WordPress

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February 8th, 2008
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There is some great news today for those that live in or around Kazakhstan and use WordPress. WordPress.org software, which has already been translated into a number of different languages, can lay claim to having a Kazakh translated version. Kazakh is the native language of Kazakhstan. According to a press release, the number of Kazakh bloggers has grown considerably, mostly due in part to a Google Group that was created which explained how the software works. Up to this point, WordPress has been translated into 57 different languages (not counting the OTHERS category). This would make number 58. To see all of the various translations that have occurred thus far, check out the Codex Article labeled, WordPress In Your Language

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WP Translations: mo and po files

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March 6th, 2007
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You can install WordPress in various different languages and it is very easy to setup these translations. You can find more information on translating WordPress into your own language on the WordPress Codex. The Codex also has a lot of information on existing translated versions of WordPress and the .mo language files. They are very simple to use. You just copy the .mo file to the wp-includes/languages folder and change/add the following line to add the filename of your language translation file define (‘WPLANG’, ”); to define (‘WPLANG’, ‘es_ES’); if your language filename is es_ES.mo I suggest making this change before you install WordPress. This is all well and good, but this post is more about dispelling some of the myth and confusion surrounding .mo files. .mo files are not human readable by their nature and cannot be edited directly. You would need to install a version of poedit on […]

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WP Plugin: Indian Language Comments

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November 6th, 2006
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WP Plugin: Indian Language Comments Free WordPress Plugin to write comments in 8 Indian languages including Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu. Not sure how useful it will be if you are not using a keyboard layout that uses those languages but very cool nonetheless. Thanks Freakitude

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