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  • Dear all,

    I’ve just install Jetpack 1.2.2 plugin for my blog.
    I wonder how can I use it in my own prefered language in front-in?
    Such as: The Subscription Addon, when activated, it have widget for sidebar and below comment form.
    For example: I want to change the word

    An email was just sent to confirm your subscription. Please find the email now and click activate to start subscribing.

    in to my prefered words. How can I do that to translate and show it in my front-in?


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  • axelintu


    Did you happened to solve this? I have a similar problem.

    Yepp, my site/blog is in German, but the subscription emails are send in English, is there no way to change this!?

    Thread Starter vanrithysok


    Jetpack will use your default language when you set up your blog.
    For instance, in your “wp-config.php” on the line
    define('WPLANG', 'de_DE');
    Therefore, Jetpack will use German Language.

    Thread Starter vanrithysok


    it should be for german language.

    Its set to define (‘WPLANG’, ‘de_DE’); but I was talking about the emails that are sent once somebody likes to subscribe to the blog, they are in English!

    Well, not even changing that line in wp-config.php makes the trick, well some things in jetpack change, but not all of them. And yes the emails are still in English.

    But I sometimes get subscription Emails from German blogs that have the same layout then Jetpack emails but are in German?

    Thread Starter vanrithysok


    @hodyshoran: I still can not solve this issue even on the net because it is from the core, but I suggest you to contact those blogs which you got subscription emails in German language. Make sure that they using Jetpack!

    @axelintu: You have the same problem with hodyshoran?

    I am trying to contact them how to solve this!

    Yeah… But it is not a feature I need I’m just playing around with wordpress, so…

    @vanrithysok did you try

    define ('WPLANG', 'de'); ?

    If anyone else is having trouble changing the language of jetpack on a hosted wordpress installation…

    jetpack seems to recognise 2-letter language abbreviations. For example (Japanese):

    define ('WPLANG', 'ja');

    but officially lists the language codes differently here . ie:

    define ('WPLANG', '(日本語 - ja);

    …so go with the version Jetpack recognizes and change the filename in your theme’s ‘languages’ folder to match the 2-letter name. ie:

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