Easily integrate a list of languages in your WordPress readme.txt
WordPress Developer, you were looking for a listing of all the languages translations available in your WordPress plugins/themes to add to your readme.txt files?
You’re lucky we made one for you, using the locale.php WordPress file.
It shows Native and English names, and displays nicely all the languages you need ordered alphabetically.
The first part of the list are the most translated languages in our Community but if it isn’t enough, we’re sure you’ll find all the necessary ones in the second part of the list.
You just have to make a copy and paste in your readme.txt file to integrate this beautiful ready to use list of all available languages for your own files.
Don’t hesitate to use it, it’s for you.
It shows your concern about i18n – brings you new users – but most important it’s the perfect good way to thanks all the translators who made those translations for you. They deserve and be grateful for it, that’s certain.[gist url=”https://gist.github.com/fxbenard/a01a29d75b90bc0281a5″]
A special tribute @johnbillion who inspired us on this one.
So what do you think of that? Useful, no? We bet it is!
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