Support » Plugin: Themify - WooCommerce Product Filter » Translate some lines

  • Resolved Reichlich

    (@reichlich)


    Hello Themify-

    I am using your great plugin.
    I just tried to translate some lines searching POT file but I could not.

    in previous forum question I found someone asked for the same and your answer was:

    In case you’re still getting the error message, simply navigate to wp-content/plugins/themify-wc-product-filter/languages/ folder and delete the wpf.pot file.

    But sadly in file manager this folder “languages” does not exist.

    Thanks for your help

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  • Plugin Author themifyme

    (@themifyme)

    Hi,

    The languages folder is created if you are translating our plugin using Loco Translate plugin or Poedit, please follow this tutorial to translate with Loco Translate: https://themify.me/docs/translating#loco-translate

    Thread Starter Reichlich

    (@reichlich)

    Thanks for your fast support. I created .POT file with Loco Translate

    Great.

    Thank you

    Plugin Author themifyme

    (@themifyme)

    Hi,

    Happy I could help. If you need help with anything else, please open a new topic.

    Have a nice day!

    Hi,

    I’d like to translate some words (labels) on frontend.
    I followed the procedure, created PO and MO files but there aren’t any words seen on frontend (the website itself).
    I’m using PRICE sorting, TAGS and CATEGORIES. Those words are not in any of the translation files.

    Where else can I look?
    I’m pretty sure the manual you wrote are missing something.

    Thank you!

    • This reply was modified 7 months, 3 weeks ago by Rico.

    Oh, nevermind, I find this in the settings.
    You should mention this! I spent two hours searching for a solution. 😉

    Plugin Author themifyme

    (@themifyme)

    Hi Rico,

    I’m glad it’s resolved. If you need help with anything else, please open a new topic, so we can help you there.

    Have a good day!

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