Storing Translation Files

Included Theme Translation File

By default storing inside theme folder. The theme language file is wp-content/themes/musico/languages/musico.pot you can create your translation file base on this one.

Storing Theme Translation Files

Place your theme translation files inside wp-content/languages/themes folder. If you don’t have the languages and themes folder, simply create the languages folder, and the themes folder inside it.

You must include the theme name, as well. For example, if the language files are in the Italian language, the file names would be musico-it_IT.mo and musico-it_IT.po.

Included Plugin Translation File

By default storing inside plugin folder. The plugin language file is wp-content/plugins/musico-elementor/languages/musico-elementor-en_US.pot you can create your translation file base on this one.

Storing Plugin Translation Files

Place your plugin translation files inside wp-content/languages/plugins folder. If you don’t have the languages and themes folder, simply create the languages folder, and the themes folder inside it.

You must include the plugin name, as well. For example, if the language files are in the Italian language, the file names would be musico-elementor-it_IT.mo and musico-elementor-it_IT.po.

Translation Basics

WordPress Translation Setting

For Pre-Wordpress 4.0 users please follow below steps

  1. Login to your FTP account and edit wp-config.php file.
  2. In wp-config.php file, look for WPLANG constant for example define(‘WPLANG’, ”);
  3. Define WPLANG constant by adding ISO language code of your desired language. For example if you want to add German language. Use this code define(‘WPLANG’, ‘de_DE.po’);

For WordPress 4.0 + users please follow below steps

  1. Login to your WordPress Dashboard and navigate to Settings > General Settings
  2. Make sure “Site Language” option is set to your desired language.

Translation Basics

WordPress Translation Setting

For Pre-Wordpress 4.0 users please follow below steps

  1. Login to your FTP account and edit wp-config.php file.
  2. In wp-config.php file, look for WPLANG constant for example define(‘WPLANG’, ”);
  3. Define WPLANG constant by adding ISO language code of your desired language. For example if you want to add German language. Use this code define(‘WPLANG’, ‘de_DE.po’);

For WordPress 4.0 + users please follow below steps

  1. Login to your WordPress Dashboard and navigate to Settings > General Settings
  2. Make sure “Site Language” option is set to your desired language.

Storing Translation Files

Included Theme Translation File

By default storing inside theme folder. The theme language file is wp-content/themes/hoteller/languages/hoteller.pot you can create your translation file base on this one.

Storing Theme Translation Files

Place your theme translation files inside wp-content/languages/themes folder. If you don’t have the languages and themes folder, simply create the languages folder, and the themes folder inside it.

You must include the theme name, as well. For example, if the language files are in the Italian language, the file names would be hoteller-it_IT.mo and hoteller-it_IT.po.

Included Plugin Translation File

By default storing inside plugin folder. The plugin language file is wp-content/plugins/hoteller-elementor/languages/hoteller-elementor-en_US.pot you can create your translation file base on this one.

Storing Plugin Translation Files

Place your plugin translation files inside wp-content/languages/plugins folder. If you don’t have the languages and themes folder, simply create the languages folder, and the themes folder inside it.

You must include the plugin name, as well. For example, if the language files are in the Italian language, the file names would be hoteller-elementor-it_IT.mo and hoteller-elementor-it_IT.po.

Storing Translation Files

Included Theme Translation File

By default storing inside theme folder. The theme language file is wp-content/themes/framed/languages/framed.pot you can create your translation file base on this one.

Storing Theme Translation Files

Place your theme translation files inside wp-content/languages/themes folder. If you don’t have the languages and themes folder, simply create the languages folder, and the themes folder inside it.

You must include the theme name, as well. For example, if the language files are in the Deutsch language, the file names would be framed-de_DE.mo and framed-de_DE.po.

Included Plugin Translation File

By default storing inside theme folder. The theme language file is wp-content/plugins/framed-elementor/languages/framed-elementor-en_US.pot you can create your translation file base on this one.

Storing Plugin Translation Files

Place your plugin translation files inside wp-content/languages/plugins folder. If you don’t have the languages and themes folder, simply create the languages folder, and the themes folder inside it.

You must include the plugin name, as well. For example, if the language files are in the Deutsch language, the file names would be framed-elementor-de_DE.mo and framed-elementor-de_DE.po.

Translation Basics

WordPress Translation Setting

For Pre-Wordpress 4.0 users please follow below steps

  1. Login to your FTP account and edit wp-config.php file.
  2. In wp-config.php file, look for WPLANG constant for example define(‘WPLANG’, ”);
  3. Define WPLANG constant by adding ISO language code of your desired language. For example if you want to add German language. Use this code define(‘WPLANG’, ‘de_DE.po’);

For WordPress 4.0 + users please follow below steps

  1. Login to your WordPress Dashboard and navigate to Settings > General Settings
  2. Make sure “Site Language” option is set to your desired language.