Multi language (6 posts)

  1. eXtreaL
    Posted 3 years ago #


    First of all I'd like to say this plugin is great and you should definitely continue developing it!

    I've come across the multi-language files on the documentation page of this plugin, but the installation guide seems to be on a forum which is offline. Since I'd really like to translate this plugin to Dutch, I'd like to know how to translate this plugin using these files (.po and .mo extensions).

    Thanks in advance!
    Lorenzo de Jong


  2. Shimsy
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Download the language files from the plugin developers website
    If the dutch translation is not correct you can modify the .po file using POEDIT software.

    Once you have the files simply upload the .mo file to the plugin events plugin directory ( /wp-content/plugins/wp-events/ )

    You will also need to make sure you have your language set in your wp-config file too. for example ('WPLANG', 'nl_NL') should set the site to Dutch. see wordpress codex for editing wp-config

    Hope that helps.

  3. kusama_kumari
    Posted 3 years ago #

    I have same issue ,

    I want the event to convert into SIMPLE CHINESE, TRADITIONAL CHINESE.

    I have uploaded the .mo file to /wp-content/plugins/wp-events/

    And also define('WPLANG', 'zh_CN'); in the config but it still did not work.

    I need this to work ASAP.


  4. Shimsy
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Is your website in 2 languages? Simplified & traditional. If so what plugin/system are you using to manage your languages?

    What language do you have wordpress installed in currently?

  5. kusama_kumari
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Here is my website link:


    I have used qTranslator plugin for language translation.

    Everything is working fine You can check at right top by converting language.

    Above footer there is news and notice section all events are showing there thay are not working with language conversion.

    Thanks in advance

  6. Shimsy
    Posted 3 years ago #

    This is not the same issue as above, before I described a solution to change the language of the plugin to a different language. If you want it to work with qtranslate you will need to edit the events plugin so it gets parsed by qtranslate,
    currently this plugin is not compatible with qtranslate.

    I would suggest you use a different events plugin or start a new thread about making this plugin qtranslate compatible.


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