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[Resolved] Translation

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  • Smidefix
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    @smidefix

    Hi cksong,
    as soon as you have the .po and .mo files, you only need to get WP to scan for these files. I’ve put them into a subdirectory named “languages” underneath this plugin’s directory.
    Add a function to captcha_bank.php:

    function captcha_bank_init()
    {
    	load_plugin_textdomain( 'captcha-bank', false, CAPTCHA_BK_PLUGIN_DIRNAME . '/languages/' );
    }
    add_action('plugins_loaded', 'captcha_bank_init');

    This makes the textdomain “captcha-bank” available to WP.

    There’s a bit more to do, if you want a complete translation, because a number of lib functions is not yet written for i18n. As I was only interested in adding a captcha to the comment form, I’ve modified this particular function only.
    For example, in captcha_bank_class.php’ function function captcha_bank_form() search for the code around “refresh” and modify the lines to

    <a id="Refresh" style="border-style: none;" href="#" title="<?php _e('Refresh Image','captcha-bank');?>" ><img src="<?php echo CAPTCHA_BK_PLUGIN_URL ."/refresh.png"?>" alt="Reload Image" height="32" width="32" onclick="this.blur()" align="bottom" border="0" /></a><br />
    			<strong><?php _e('Enter Code*:','captcha-bank');?></strong><br />

    You can then localize ‘Refresh image’ and ‘Enter Code*:’ as well.
    I was yet unable to find, where the textdomain variable was set, so I hardcoded it to ‘captcha-bank’ in the code.

    Feel free to rewrite as many functions as you wish according to your needs. Caution: You’ll lose all of this, once you update the plugin, until the developers include such code in the original files (I’m not too familiar with code management systems, yet so I would rely on the guys to add it.)

    HTH!

    Plugin Author Tech-Banker
    Participant

    @contact-banker

    Hi,

    Please update to the latest version and you will find po and mo files in languages folder. You can translate to your native language.

    Thanks

    Support Team
    Tech Banker

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