Internationalization in WordPress

A large number of WordPress users are downloading non-English versions. If you aren’t thinking about localization and internationalization in your code, you should be. This course will show you how to do it the right way.
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(33)
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Jul 26, 2013
Duration
44m
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Description
Course info
Rating
(33)
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Jul 26, 2013
Duration
44m
Description

Almost 40% of WordPress downloads are for non-English, localized versions. That potentially means that if your plugin or theme is not localized, you could -- literally -- be speaking a different language than your users. This course will help to correct that; we’ll cover all of the internationalization functions, how to use them, and how to work with translators and language files to make your code fully translatable.

About the author
About the author

Chris is a freelance WordPress theme and plugin developer, one half of the design studio Arcane Palette Creative Design, lead developer of WordPress theme shop Museum Themes and Project Manager for the event management plugin Event Espresso. In his free time, he makes electronic music.

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