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    Angular supports .po/.mo translation files. To use them please unzip the po file and open it with Poedit ( Now translate all text strings. Save the translated text strings under following name “your-language-shortcut.po” . Assuming you come from Sweden save it under: sv_SE.po, if you’re from Germany de_DE.po

    A list of language shortcodes can be found here:

    At least you must save/upload/copy the generated .mo file in your theme main folder.

    Attention: WordPress will only use the translation file if you set the right backend language:

    Please upload your translated files (by using one click hosters like ) and post a link here. It will save other users a lot of time and maybe you’ll get some feedback (i.e. suggestions how to improve your translation, etc.).

    Default, untouched english po file – use it to translate Angular to your language. You can find them in the “lang” folder (wp-content/themes/angular/lang is the default path).



    I´m lost in translation, for example i try to change:

    #: ../includes/contact-form.php:12

    msgid “Send”

    msgstr “Enviar”

    But i can´t see the changes in front page.



    My previous site use register_globals on and I don´t remember change register_globals to off

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