Cant´t get translation to work // solved

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Re: Cant´t get translation to work // solved

Post by drake » 27 Jun 2014, 17:12

For making a child theme can simply follow the steps from dark box: http://www.drafie-design.nl/3-5-easy-st ... suffusion/

But the message you get on your site basically say: "Your translation works, but better is to use it in a child theme for being safe in case of upgrades". Keep in mind that only the front-end is translated, the backend always stay in english. And even in frontend, not all fields are translated by the po-mo files, some strings can be defined in options as you like - by eg. for comment fields (at Suffusion Options -> Backend -> Comment Settings).

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Re: Cant´t get translation to work // solved

Post by mweinand » 28 Jun 2014, 06:11

drake wrote:Keep in mind that only the front-end is translated, the backend always stay in english.
Ok, thanks. This explains something - I did not realize that :oops:

So my next question would be: are there translations for the backend? Or is there a project for this? I'd be interested :)

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Re: Cant´t get translation to work // solved

Post by Colin » 28 Jun 2014, 09:41

Yes you download Wordpress in that particular language BUT you can only have one backend language.

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Re: Cant´t get translation to work // solved

Post by drake » 28 Jun 2014, 18:28

Not for Suffusion. The theme backend will stay always in english, even for speaking the same language here, on forum, when people need help.

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Re: Cant´t get translation to work // solved

Post by mweinand » 29 Jun 2014, 05:30

Ok, thanks :)

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