1 year ago #1212994
I want to translate the MonsterTheme into German. I installed the "Loco Translator" and followed all the setp in the documentation. There is not a single word that gets translated and in the PO-file there is also nothing translated.
Am I missing something?
Maxi1 year ago #1213001
Dear, Please kindly send for me admin account and your site URL via private reply, I will check details to help you.
Best regards.12 months ago #1213046This reply has been marked as private.12 months ago #1213055
Dear, I check and i see the translate is write file (see attachment) please check your site again.
Also, please go to tab 'Relocation' and change location for your translation to 'Custom' or 'System' because if you use location in theme. your translation file will lose when update theme.
Best regards.12 months ago #1213058This reply has been marked as private.12 months ago #1213060
Dear, I don't understand your question, because you need use Loco to translate Jobmonster to German. Because i see only one text translate to German, you need translate more text. Your mean, you can't translate ?12 months ago #1213068
Shouldn't Loco translate most of the words automatically? According to the theme description, Jobmonster includes a lot of translated langugages (including German), therefore I shouldn't have to translate every single word by myself.12 months ago #1213070
The "de_DE.po" file is empty, that's why nothing got translated in the first place.12 months ago #1213071
Other languages like French are translated and have a much bigger file-size. The German .po file includes no translated word at all, which according to the theme description shouldn't be the case.
It says (Like in the attachement in send two messages earlier):
"Jobmonster supports multilingual translation using WPML or POEdit. Jobmonster includes lots of translated languages:
- Portugese Brazil
The Jobmonster-theme has translated languages including German. But the "de_DE.po" is the only one that's empty and therefore nothng get's translated.
I hope there is a solution or a complete "de_DE.po"-file with all the words translated (like in all the other languages).
Sorry for the confusion and all the messages.
Maxi12 months ago #1213072
Sorry, you need use Loco to manual translate Jobmonter to German.
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