Support » Plugin: Nice Login Widget » LOGIN WIDGET PRO translation problem

  • Hello together,

    i purchased the PRO-Version and I want to change the language.

    The string “Your Password” or “Your Username” inside the input-forms will not be translated from the mo-file:

    <input type=”password” name=”pwd” id=”user_pass-<?php echo $widget_id ?>” class=”lwp-input” value=”” placeholder=”<?php _ex(‘Your Password’, ‘Placeholder’, ‘login_widget_pro’)?>”/>

    How can I manage it?

    Thank You in advance!

    Power

    http://wordpress.org/plugins/nice-login-register-widget/

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  • Plugin Author sgPlanwize

    (@sgplanwize)

    Hi Powerkdk,

    Along with the Pro version you have the right to receive a priority support through this site
    https://planwize.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/requests/new

    About your question, there is no translations made for the pro version yet, if you know how to deal with mo and po files you’r welcome to help our community. We will recheck the record “Your Password” again to make sure it’s working well.
    For any additional issues please drop us a ticket at the address above.

    Hello again,

    I am a little bit disappointed, that the Pro Version is relativly incomplete, espacially for me.

    I had to edit the PHP-Code so much. I found syntax-failures. I made my translation now for myselve, but I have the feeling, this is one thing, that have to be in a full payed version already integrated.

    One more point is the layout of your plugin. It is more than insufficient. I have to change values in the ccs stylesheets. It would be welcome, if there is next to the title a subtitle.

    The last point is: In the “Register-Section”, there is now feedback, if the request was succesful or not. The user doesnt get an message if the form was send or not. That is what I include in your plugin at the moment.

    The Code in my first question I changed into:

    <input type=”password” name=”pwd” id=”user_pass-<?php echo $widget_id ?>” class=”lwp-input” value=”” placeholder=”<?php _e(‘Your Password’, ‘login_widget_pro’)?>”/>

    That works for me with my translation files.

    I am not the perfect php-expert, so please apologize any mistakes or wrong statemants of me in my posting.

    Thanks,

    Powerkdk from Germany

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