Support » Plugin: WP-Members Membership Plugin » Translation of “System-sentence”

  • scorpionpower

    (@scorpionpower)


    Hi,

    i have 2 questions:

    Question 1:
    Who can tell me where I can change the sentences (such as “Click to validate your account:” or “Thank you for validating your account”, etc.) into another language (e.g. German). I couldn’t find anything about this in the “Options”, “Fields”, “Dialogs” and “E-Mails” tabs. I use also the plugin “Loco Translate”, but here i didn’t also a possibility to translate the sentences.

    Question 2:
    What is the shortcode for the confirmation link (e.g. https://tmocwebseite2020.live-website.com/login/?a=confirm&key=3vNMJCcPeTWuV16yj2u0&login=demo1345)?

    Thank you in advance for your support.

    BR
    Roger

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • Plugin Author Chad Butler

    (@cbutlerjr)

    Easy answer first: [confirm_link] is the email shortcode for putting the confirmation link anywhere in the email. If you don’t apply the shortcode, it will append the link to the end of the message.

    Those are all fairly new strings from recent updates, so for most language packs have probably not caught up with that yet. As far as I am aware, all are set for localization, so any tool that scans the code for translatable strings should find those.

    Officially, the plugin is part of the WordPress polyglots project. There are a couple of ways to work with that. First, it’s best if you jump in and participate in the project. Anyone can contribute a suggested translation, then an editor will approve it. (see: https://translate.wordpress.org/projects/wp-plugins/wp-members/)

    You can also download the current translation template from the project and run your own update using a tool like Poedit (https://poedit.net). You can do this from an existing translation template (such as German) by going to the bottom of the specific language (such as https://translate.wordpress.org/projects/wp-plugins/wp-members/dev/de/default/) and selecting “Portable Object Message Catalog (.po/.pot)” to “export”.

    Here’s a more indepth FAQ:
    https://rocketgeek.com/plugins/wp-members/docs/faqs/#translation

    Hope that helps.

    Thread Starter scorpionpower

    (@scorpionpower)

    Thank you – it helps 😉

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