You probably all know about, if not WordPress.org is Testing International Theme and Plugin Directories. You can learn more about it on this post of WP Tavern We're also concerned about that and we want of course be part of it. For that we're making some beta testing to figure out how we can … Read more about WordPress.org is Testing International Plugin Directories – Us Too!
Follow these few steps and easily receive an email notification when a translation hits 100% in your Transifex project. Before beginning, please ensure you have your login credentials for Zapier. If you don't, register and login at zapier.com Once you've logged in, click the "Learn More" … Read more about Transifex integration with Zapier
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, … Read more about Easily integrate a list of languages in your WordPress readme.txt
The main idea behind WP-Translations, is Community. We are a community of translators but not only, we are an opportunity to gather and unify on a single topic: Give WordPress users the best accessibility to i18n! So today we need you, Translators, we don't have to say why, without you nothing is … Read more about Let’s create our Community together
Happy New Year! WP-Translations wishes everyone a very happy new year! We have some big plans for 2014! Our services will be expanded. You can look forward to the following things: More articles and more tutorials. Internationalization is a huge domain, we will write more about it definitely. And … Read more about WP-Translations in 2014 What Our Plan Means To You
I write this post to make things clear cause I see some confusions rising and people asking me why and what we are doing with the WordPress Core Translations. What's your plan? Simple, we don't have No Plan. Since the beginning we only have one point of view: Core is core and we don't … Read more about WP-Translations & WordPress Core Translations Relationship
The translation checks gives us the power to set up a bunch of validation checks for all strings and how to handle them (off, warning and error): The translation respects any defined limits on the length of the string. Email addresses found on source string are preserved in the … Read more about More Power and Security with the “Translations Checks”.
WordPress 3.7, also called "Basie" brings us a neat new feature in core: "The Language Pack". What is it all about: The language files are now independent of the plugin/theme core files. They can be saved in the WordPress core languages own directory and not the languages folder of the … Read more about Meet “Basie” new song: “The Language Pack”.
Here at WP-translations our first concern is translation of course but it doesn't mean it's our only one. Something we're really concerned about is Security. And so as a responsible community we wanted to take 5 min to talk about security in WordPress translations strings. WordPress … Read more about Why you should use the PHP function “sprintf()”