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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 … Read more about Easily integrate a list of languages in your WordPress readme.txt
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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”.
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