Every now and then I see someone ask in the dev channel how they can meet up with other local WordPress developers. Weâ€™re thinking about ways to make WordPress.org more of a resource to facilitate local connections, but in the meantime, I thought it might be helpful to publicize some upcoming WordCamps, the […]
Unfortunately, I missed some places when fixing the privilege escalation issues for 2.8.1.Â Luckily, the entire WordPress community has our backs.Â Several folks in the community dug deeper and discovered areas that were overlooked.Â With their help, the remaining issues are fixed in 2.8.3.Â Since this is a security release, upgrading is highly
Global Translator is a free and open source WordPress Plugin41 different languages: Italian, Korean, Chinese (Simplified & Traditional), Portuguese, English, German, French, Spanish, Japanese, Arabic, Russian, Greek, Dutch, Bulgarian, Czech, Croatian, Danish, Finnish, Hindi, Polish, Romanian, Swedish, Norwegian, Catalan, Filipino, Hebrew, Indonesian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Serbian, Slovak, Slovenian, Ukrainian, Vietnamese, Albanian, Estonian, Galician, Maltese, Thai, Turkish, Hungarian.
The number of available translations will depend on your blog language and the translation engine you will chose to use. The most powerful features which Global Translator provides are: Download which is able to automatically translate your blog in Latest version (21th of April, 2009): global-translator.1.2.3.zip
Unzip the plugin and upload the (translate folder and it’s contents) to your /wp-content/plugins/ directory.
Log in to your WordPress Admin Panel, navigate to the plugins section and activate the Language Translator Plugin.
From the Admin Panel, navigate to Presentation -> Widgets and drag and drop the ltranslate widget into the position where you would like it to appear in your sidebar.
Save the changes and go view your site
Note: If you would like to place the translator outside of the sidebar, for example in your header.php, footer.php etc, simply add the code <?php ltranslate(); ?> where ever you would like to call in the plugin.Â Â with bugs.
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Angsumanâ€™s Translator Plugin Pro For WordPress Blogs is also popular for translating your WordPress Plugin. It provides provides automatic machine translation of your blog in thirteen different languages â€“ German, Spanish, Russian, Arabic, Dutch, Swedish, Greek, French, Italian, Portuguese, Japanese, Korean and Chinese.
Dnghu.php is the very, very simple PHP script I am using for this blog, which adds translations from and into all language pairs offered by Google, and some pairs offered by web translation engines like Altavista, InterTrans, Globe, Interpret and others, depending on their availability and efficiency. I prepared the first script to be able to offer our European Union Language Policy and to make our Indo-European grammar in any possible language through machine web translation.
27/2/2009 â€“ v. 1.4, From English, into all language pairs from Google, and some from InterTrans, Interpret and others: WordPress English Translator
To show the subcategories for a given category on it’s category page in the sidebar, but somehow the code for this wasn’t readily available. Basically you need to check whether there are any children, and if there are, list the categories with the current category as a parent or grandparent. The following code does just that: