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  • Hi

    If the Spanish translation on this plugin is so great, and really is, why do I have this plugin showing up in English? LOL

    The above is a joke. Could someone explain to me how can I do so that the contents on my website shows up in Spanbish instead of English

    Thanks very much and sorry for what possibly is a very “silly question” but Im quiet “thick” on this and will everything already set-up Im scare doing the wrong actions in order to get this translated

    Is there a “guide”, a link, a tutorial, anything that I could follow in how to make this pluging displaying on its Spanish version?

    Thanks very much in advance 🙂

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  • Plugin Support mbrsolution

    (@mbrsolution)

    Hi Jesus, what have you set up in the following area of your WordPress admin panel?

    Go to Settings -> General -> Site Language?

    If your site is in Spanish it will be under.

    Ir a Ajustes -> Generales -> Idioma del sitio.

    Also check your wp-config.php file. Check to see if you have the following added.

    define(‘WPLANG’, ‘es_ES’);

    Regards

    • This reply was modified 3 years, 2 months ago by mbrsolution.

    Thanks mate 🙂 – sorry dont know your name

    Thanks for taking the time to explain this to me even in English/Spanish to make sure I get it right 🙂 – my English is very good althought I know this is hard to believe after reading what I write sometimes LOL – Many times I re-read my posts and I cannot believe myself how do I mix the way things should be writen with the way the sound to the ear – I cant believe how easy is this to happen when you write as fast as I do, but again, thanks so much for taking the time to make sure I dont miss anything due to language barrier 🙂

    To the point…
    My configurations in WordPress settings is the right one and is set up to Spanish

    Im going to check now your second tip but Im afraid that this should also be right as everything on my wordpress panel is in Spanish but even so will check

    Now, here is where my problems starts LOL – will you be so kind to tell me where my wp-config.php file should be?
    OR
    perhaps you refer to the config.php file on my Divi Theme?

    See, again, everything on my dashboard is in Spanish and is ONLY in very few plugins that I get things not into Spanish. If in any plugin the instructions for setting up the right language is not VERY VERY CLEAR (not language instructions but technical instruccions) then is when I get into trouble to get the right language set it up due to my very little knowledge about all this internet stuff

    *It does NOT bother me at all having everything in English in the back end but is in the front end (what the end customer see) that I need everything into Spanish for obvious reasons 🙂

    Thanks so much again mate 🙂

    • This reply was modified 3 years, 2 months ago by .
    Plugin Support mbrsolution

    (@mbrsolution)

    Hi Jesus my name is Manuel 🙂 I am also Spanish. You can check my site by clicking on my profile name.

    This plugin does work in Spanish and it should show in Spanish in your site. I have a few testing sites in a live server and this plugin does show in Spanish. There must be some settings in your site that is preventing this plugin from showing in Spanish.

    Just for testing purposes, test one of WordPress default themes like Twenty Fifteen or Sixteen.

    Let me know what happens.

    Regards

    • This reply was modified 3 years, 2 months ago by mbrsolution.

    LOL – Hi Manuel

    Um, really surprised by your words as like I say everything else (except in very rare occassions everythink works in Spanish when the language is there within whatever plugin

    See, to be honest with you, my website have had a lot of customisation (free customisation but customisation at the end of the day) due to a TOTAL UNCOMPATIBILITY between my theme Divi (Divi child) and the plugin for displaying the properties but with a great and desinterested help from Divi support team and many many work hours is now very well integrated and still worked on it, so much so, that IM TERRIFIED in doing any changes in theme even for testing purposes JUST IN CASE. Not for my work but will not chance in anyway “breaking” these guys very hard work by any means if you know what I mean

    Again, the only thing so far I have had to translate was the properties plugin and even this has been done dinamically by Divi support staff using some js queries or something like it

    IF I remember right, when I first install your plugin, I try to remember I had to do something in order to get the Spanish language, SO, if you are telling me that the Spanish language should have showed up without having done anything, could be that by doing myself something when installing the plugin I could have done totally the oppossite?

    How about if I fully uninstall and install back again your plugin, will I loose any of the work already made to it if I keep everything (all the pages, all the files….) I mean, just deleting and installing again, would this be safe?

    Alternatively, could you tell me where could I find the file you asked me for on the previous post on your number 2 option?

    Thanks very much in advance for your great patient with me mate 🙂

    Plugin Support mbrsolution

    (@mbrsolution)

    Hi Jesús, if you reinstall the plugin it should not delete any of the settings. Provided you have not carried out any customization of the core files in the plugin. But just to make sure of this, create a backup of your site then reinstall the plugin.

    Let me know how you go.

    Regards

    Thanks Manuel

    I have deleted and reinstalled the plugin and everything remains the same, UNLESS im still seeing a cache version which I dont think is the case

    Could you perhaps tell me where should I locate this file as your mentioned above? – Thanks

    Also check your wp-config.php file. Check to see if you have the following added.

    define(‘WPLANG’, ‘es_ES’);

    Regards

    Plugin Support mbrsolution

    (@mbrsolution)

    Hi Jesus, that file is located in the root of your site. You need to FTP into your server to locate this file.

    Regards

    Thanks Manuel and very sorry again if I look like thick or stupid

    Not ftpeing but I been looking into my root directory as I access there using a C_panel and them, despite I have looked into many other folders and subfolders, specially I look under my publc-html right? and after that please?

    Yet, out with said plublic_html I have yet another directory as I have two different websites EACH working with its own WordPress but them again, everything for the website that occupied us the file you say should be within public_html and them?

    Thanks very much and sorry for all the trouble mate. I been looking all over for very long time since yesterday. I guess will be there in front of my eyes but even so I cant manage to find such file

    Cheers 🙂

    Plugin Support mbrsolution

    (@mbrsolution)

    Hi Jesus, do you see the folder that belongs to website you are having issues with in the following directory plublic_html?

    The reason why I am asking the above is regarding the following comment.

    I have two different websites EACH working with its own WordPress

    The following URL might also help you further.

    Regards

    Hi Manuel

    Yes, that is right. The answer to your question is YES

    The other website is out within the public_html.
    Still in home folder obvously but withing its own folder and totally separated from public_html

    So for that matters, is like you can completely forget about the other website for any explanations you would need to give me

    Thanks again in advance 🙂

    Plugin Support mbrsolution

    (@mbrsolution)

    Okay, did you find the file? Did you check the URL from wordpress.org I shared above?

    Hi Manuel

    Im writting and checking at the same time to make sure I do not miss anything LIKE I MISSED that link that you sent me yesterday.
    After looking and reading that link, in a quick look I just terrify should I need to get into all these instructions. Scares me the only thought of this and I am sure I would end up breaking the site appart if I were to try things like that links shows up. YET, I leave that link open should I need to return to it in the “worse case scenary” LOL but thanks for sharing it

    So far, despite Im checking one by one everysingle folder and subfolder within my public_html directory, the only CONFIGURATION.PHP file I found is in public_html/wp-content/plugins/simple membershp/lib/braintree/libAGAIN/BraintreeAGAIN/exception but I dont think this file has nothing to do with the file you ask me for

    I wonder…. could it be possible that being CONFIGURATION a word that can be translated into so many related words into Spanish, for some reason you could have gave me the wrong translation and the file is called something different yet very similar?
    The above is just a “crazy idea” that crossed my mind after not finding such file even checking so many times item by item item after item once and again once and again LOL

    Maintime I go back to read easily and slowly that link that you sent me but really scares me just scanning it through lol

    Thanks again Manuel 🙂

    Plugin Support mbrsolution

    (@mbrsolution)

    No problem Jesús, just let me know if you do find that file.

    Hi Manuel

    After looked and looked and looked for the file finally I sent an email to my host support which members staff and support as great too as well as in your plugin

    I copy and paste its answer to me for you to read it

    Buenos días.
    El archivo está en torrepla/public_html/wp-config.php , y no está definido el idioma en él ya que no aparece la línea de WPLANG que te indican.
    Seguramente en las opciones de WordPress sí que lo verás definido.
    Un saludo

    Thanks again if you could perhaps tell me what to do next knowing this
    Jesus

    Plugin Support mbrsolution

    (@mbrsolution)

    Hi Jesus, just add the following line in your wp-config.php file.

    define(‘WPLANG’, ‘es_ES’);

    Although you should not have to but I am just curious as to why you can’t see the plugin in Spanish.

    Regards

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