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[Resolved] Some tips on using qTranslate

  • I’ve been using qTranslate for a long time, it is a very good plugin for multi-lingual websites. I just found that many ppl said it’s broken for 3.3.1 version, but I just make a new site and works fine using this version. There is some tips of mine to make it work:

    1. Upload the unzipped plugin.
    2. A “/wp-content/languages” folder must be manually created, and set it to 777 first.
    3. Do your setting in languages, and save.
    4. If you use Pre-path or Pre-domain mode, please make sure you know how to set mod_rewrite or pretty_permalinks. I use mod_rewrite for Pre-path it works fine.
    5. When setting finish, “/wp-content/languages” folder can set it back to 755 for safety.

    I’ve using this steps from 2.9 to now 3.3.1, so I hope the above tips can help some ppl. I think there is little tricky in (2) and (4), but it doesn’t means it is not good. I would like to thank the author for writing such a good plugins for us.


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  • Pankaj Asopa


    can you tell me do i have to put translated text on all language titles ?or this plugin will automatically get the translated text for the title for example i have to put title in English, Italian and chines,in english it shows title in english in chines and italian it also shows in english. is it normal? it was supposed to show in chines and italian [as screen shot from plugin say’s so] http://www.qianqin.de/wp-content/uploads/2008/02/screenshot-1.png i am not getting the same output as screenshot please advise



    These tips are very good.
    Thanks for giving these tips.
    these are very important for all.

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    Pankaj Asopa


    manish is your plugin working properly, is it translating easily ? can you tell me anything on my issue?

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