Support » Plugin: WPPizza » support for multiple languages frontend

  • Resolved Louise Waterfield

    (@louisewaterfield)


    I have just being trying out the plugin – it looks really good for a lot of functionality. However I have a requirement to support multiple languages. I have looked at the manage localization options, but it seems there is only the possibility to have one front end language – is there a way to be able to support multiple languages?

    http://wordpress.org/plugins/wppizza/

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  • Plugin Author ollybach

    (@ollybach)

    not quite yet.
    although there are translation files that come with the plugin and one could hack around to make the frontend work in multiple languages , I actually want to make it properly wpml compatible (wpml.org)

    it’s not that difficult – i just have to replace some variables so wpml understands things – but it will probably take me another week or two to get around to it

    would be great if there could be full multi language support in the future. I’ll watch this space!
    thanks for a quick reply and fantastic plugin

    marked as resolved as this is not supported in current version, but could be planned as a feature in the future

    Plugin Author ollybach

    (@ollybach)

    Note: i made the upcoming version (2.5) – should be out/available in a few days – wpml compatible

    excellent! thanks so much

    Plugin Author ollybach

    (@ollybach)

    will take a few more days to be released. just dont want to break existing installations with all the othert hings i’ve added…

    Plugin Author ollybach

    (@ollybach)

    so, 2.5.1 (and 2.5 for that matter) are also wpml compatible now

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