Tagged: "translation "plugin "traveleye
January 16, 2017 at 7:03 am #28702akituyaParticipant
Hi, I would like to be able to have my website in 3 version (french, spanish and english).
Is there any pluggin I can add for this? Which one do you use?
I can not find anywhere if this is a theme i can add this option.
If the only way of having this option is to be travel eye pro i m keen on upgrading but would like to know before what are the options first.
Thanks a lot!
VanessaJanuary 16, 2017 at 7:14 am #28704wensolutionsKeymaster
Both the Travel Eye Free theme and the Travel Eye Pro themes are fully Translation ready themes and hence can be translated to your desired language.
However, we cannot actually suggest a plugin for switching multiple languages for a site as it is not a theme feature. Also, there are many plugins available that can be used for the task of switching multiple language in the site.
You can refer to the link here that goes through some of the popular plugins for the translation : http://www.wpbeginner.com/showcase/9-best-translation-plugins-for-wordpress-websites/
Note : As the theme has not been tested for the use with third party plugins, we cannot be fully assured on the 100 % compatibility of the plugins with the theme.
Best Regards !!January 16, 2017 at 7:25 am #28705akituyaParticipant
Hi, thanks so much for your quick response! I am a real newby on this so i am not sure to understand, when you say fully translationr eady does this mean that the content can be translated automatically? (if so where does the translation appears and is it automatic or should the customer do something to see the site on his language)
Thanks!January 16, 2017 at 10:47 pm #28777wensolutionsKeymaster
The tag “translation-ready” in the theme defines that the theme can be internationalized and the strings used in the frontend and backend of the site are translatable in user desired and defined language.
The theme folder does contain a sample po (.po) file in the languages folder, however users need to create mo(.mo) file from the file using gettext Editors ( like poedit )
Therefore, users need to create the language file and use it manually to translate the translation ready theme in the desired language.
You can refer to the link below for further reference : http://www.wpbeginner.com/wp-themes/find-translate-translation-ready-wordpress-theme/
Hope this Helps,
Best Regards !!
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