June 3, 2011

How to Translate WordPress Themes and Plugins: Advice and Resources

I have learnt from selling WordPress plugins that the WordPress user-base is more than just us english-speakers, the demand for translatable themes and plugins is huge. If you are going to be releasing a theme publicly, then you should take localization into account. Translations are carried about by using some special code in your theme where the translatable text…

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