We now include the required .pot file, which allows the plugin to be translated into different languages. You can find the latest version of the .pot file here:
You can also see the currently bundled languages and their .po and .mo files here:
If you would like to Translate the plugin into your language, please send us the .po and .mo files so that we can include them in the plugin to improve the experience for other users. You can email the files to: email@example.com
We also welcome discussion on translations here, so if you spot a problem or think something needs to be updated, please let us know.
Our thanks go to pixolin for providing the first translation, German. Users with their site set to use ‘de_DE’ should now see the plugin in German.
Another thank you to Stas Newdel who has kindly translated the plugin into Russian. Users with their site set to use ‘ru_RU’ should now see the plugin in Russian.
We are actively working to encourage people to translate other languages, stay stuned for more coming soon.
Thank you to Alberto Ramacciotti (obert) who has kindly translated the plugin into Italian. Users with their site set to use ‘it_IT’ should now see the plugin in Italian.
I use both the English and the Spanish translations of the plugin on my bilingual site, and I have a question. Is it possible to localize the Spanish translation so that the date is shown properly? E.g. “12 de septiembre” instead of “September 12”?
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