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Polyglot (adj.), w: someone who aptly and with a high level of fluency uses many languages.
I would like to translate WordPress into Chinook Jargon (Chinuk Wawa, ISO 639 = chn) using GlotPress. How do I get the language added to GlotPress and begin translating. I can find collaborators, but not if they can’t “see that it is happening”.
Ze Fontainhas and Chase May are discussing. Toggle Comments
Oops. Missed a question mark: “How do I get the language added to GlotPress and begin translating [?]“
This completely and inexcusably flew below the radar, very sorry about that. Are you still interested?
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How do I have a language added?
Vivek Marakana is discussing. Toggle Comments
Do you want change your wordpress language or add language support to your plugin/theme??
If you want to add language to wordpress then define localization in wp-config.php at line :
define(WPLANG,’YOUR LOCALIZATION i.e en_US’)
If you want to add language to your theme/plugin then first you need to convert your line with gettext and then you can make pot file and get it translated from translators..
You can refer following links for gettext support :