9 Sep 2019 at 13:30 #21909DaanVnParticipant
Missing translation stringsResolved
Hey there! Have you noticed this support service is provided FREE of charge?
If you like the speed and accuracy of resolutions, please consider supporting me with a small donation. Thank you ♥
Though it looks like the Modern theme supports translation (see line 34 link-front-blog.php), the actual call to trigger translations (_e();) seems to be missing. Or might I be missing something?
Note: the same for the “more-link” in link-more.php, line 19. And maybe some other places as well.
Hope to hear from you soon.
Regards, Daan.9 Sep 2019 at 13:43 #21910Oliver JuhasKeymaster
Please note there is nothing wrong in those files. All theincluding the ones you mention.strings are available for ,
Please note that
_e()function is only one of multiple. In the theme files you mention, there is actually a functions WordPress provides
esc_html__()used instead. Which is perfectly fine :)
For instructions on how to translate/localize the theme, please check the .
Tip: Actually all themes available for free via WordPress themes repository has to be translatable, so you can rest assured my themes are no exception :)
Maybe you get confused due to
All %s »? If so, then please note there is a note left in the code telling you exactly what the
%sstands for in the code so you can translate it properly. Your software should display this note/comment somewhere when translating this specific string (please check your software documentation for more info).
10 Sep 2019 at 10:55 #21912
- This reply was modified 8 months, 4 weeks ago by Oliver Juhas. Reason: Adding localization functions reference
- You must be logged in to reply to this topic.