Support » Plugin: Bogo » Translated plugins and working with Bogo

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  • Plugin Author Takayuki Miyoshi


    The only thing what you need to do is to create a MO file for the plugin that you want to translate.

    Bogo manages locale setting of each page, and the locale affects the language of the plugin as well as WordPress.

    The WPLANG constant defined in wp-config.php determines the default locale. Bogo does override it on the fly.

    Hello, I would like clarifications on this process : I use a complex event registration plugin named Event Espresso, that comes with its own .mo and .po files. So I would put these files for the two langages I need in the appropriate folder structure for this plugin, and Bobo would know to select the on the fly, so that both the wordpress base and all the text generated by this plugin would switch ? If so it would be awesome, I’ve been looking for a while for that 🙂

    Thanks for the precisions,


    I am running into the same issue as well. Changing the language using the language switcher does not seem to have any effect on the language of the plugins. They are still using the default in the wp config file.


    Same here, bogo doesn’t change locale

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