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  • #874

    Hello, I recently bought wp theme newscast and I’m making my website in Spanish. Apparently the theme is language support, but can not find the files .po or po. I have read in the forum that you have any of those files. Could you send me for Spanish language. Thank you very much. (Email address hidden if logged out)

    I saw the link “You’ll find a tutorial here: http://codex.wordpress.org/User:Skippy/Creating_POT_Files” but I can not do it properly

    thank you very much

    #33215

    The language files can be found here: http://www.mediafire.com/?0yi8z4njnrlceka

    Please unzip the files and afterwards open the .po file with Poedit (http://www.poedit.net/download.php) and translate it. Save the translated file under following name “you-language-shortcut”.po . Assuming you come from Sweden (because of the domain name :-) ) save it under: sv_SE.po

    A list of shortcuts can be found here: http://codex.wordpress.org/WordPress_in_Your_Language

    At least you save/upload the generated .po and .mo files in your themes folder.

    The Dude

    #33216

    I am also struggling with this. The .po file you pointed to apparently only has a very small list of words. How can I translate the entire front end.

    Example: I want to change the name of “Archive” “Categories” and “Pages” on the front page.

    Thanks.

    #33217

    Sorry these things are hardcoded, so these words (strings) can’t be translated via .po files. It would be possible to use the php e_ function to translate them but as long as Kriesi doesn’t decide to use the php_e function for these words I can’t provide a .po file which translates everything. You need to edit things manually which is of course a bit of work.

    I.e. to change the word “categories” you need to open sidebar.php and replace <h3>Categories</h3> with <h3>Your-translation</h3>

    The Dude

    #33219

    Hi Dude,

    hast something changed? I find some mo an po files by default in the languages folder, so I cannot follow these steps anymore.

    How do I have to name the files now, or which files do I have to edit at all?

    Are there some special theme mo and poes now?

    Boris

    #33220

    Update:

    I tried uploading the files in the main theme folder like described here: http://www.kriesi.at/support/topic/newscast-translation#post-25617

    The outcome was, that some translations worked (like “Leave a reply” below a post) and others did not (like the labeling of the contact form)

    In the sentence theme this worked pretty well, but here everything seems to be a bit outdated, huh?

    Hope you can help.

    Boris

    http://www.kletterbericht.de/

    #33221

    Hi!

    Did you save the file as de_DE.po and de_DE.mo?

    Regards,

    Peter

    #33222

    Yes, of course ;-) (Not just know, because I did not like the result, so I switched back)

    Shall I download the language files, like I did and as mentioned above, or use the others, that are already in the languages folder?

    Boris

    #33223

    Hey!

    Tbh I couldn’t find any language files in my Newscast folder. Here’s the file I’ve created today: http://www.mediafire.com/?v4mn5xi115zf419 by using the latest Newscast version.

    Best regards,

    Peter

    #33224

    Hi Dude,

    my mistake. I thought I need to put them into wp-content/languages.

    Now everything is ok. Sorry.

    Boris

    #33225

    Hi!

    Glad that it works now :)

    Best regards,

    Peter

    #33226

    Hi,

    I’m having the same problem as Boris. I did download the latest file you created and translated it. I put the files in:

    http://www.aerosollarevista.com/html/wp-content/themes/newscast/languages

    Is that correct? Or should I put them somewhere else?

    Thanks,

    Gena

    #33227

    Hey!

    No, afaik Newscast doesn’t require a lang folder. Upload the files into the main theme folder (where style.css is located) instead.

    Regards,

    Peter

    #33228

    Thank you Dude! It’s working now!

    Cheers!

    Gena

    #33229

    Hey!

    Great :)

    Best regards,

    Peter

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