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October 17, 2017 at 7:58 am #21173
Hi! I want to add some words in Greek translation that you missed… How can I do this?
Here is an image of not translated words: “Written by” & “Website”
I think they are in the “content-author.php”
PetrosOctober 17, 2017 at 3:36 pm #21178acmesupportsModerator
Hello Petros Filippidis,
Thank you for using the support forum for the queries.
Some string comes from WordPress core itself. So, you need to translate it via core translation as well. But if you get such text in theme, you can translate via
MOfile. Please take the reference via this link.
Thank youOctober 18, 2017 at 10:33 am #21210
No these words don’t come from wordpress core. They are spefic from SuperMagPro and from “content-author.php”.
This is what I did and it Worked fine:
Downloaded “/wp-content/languages/themes/supermag-el.po” & “/wp-content/languages/themes/supermag-el.mo” files from supermag free theme (not PRO). (Most of PRO theme strings are allready translated there!)
1) Open “/wp-content/languages/themes/supermag-el.po” with text editor
# "msgid "Written by"msgstr "Συντάκτης:"# "msgid "Website"msgstr "Ιστοσελίδα"at the end of text
4) Save file (from txt editor)
5) Open again “/wp-content/languages/themes/supermag-el.po” this time with Poedit. You should now see this words at the end of all translations…
6) Save file without doing any modifications.
7) Upload to server “/wp-content/languages/themes/”. Keep backup of original files in case something goes wrong.
There you go!! you have added this words and everything is goodOctober 18, 2017 at 10:48 am #21211
Step 2 can be:
#msgid "string_for_translation"msgstr "translated_string"October 18, 2017 at 12:10 pm #21215acmesupportsModerator
Thank you so much for helping us in this things.
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