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WordPress does not support a bilingual or multilingual blog out-of-the-box. There are however Plugins developed by the WordPress community which will allow you to create a multilingual blog easily. Creating a mulitlingual blog is basically installing WordPress in more than one language and letting ...

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how to load the language file in plugin?

I'm unable to load the plugin's locale file (.mo). I did all the procedues described in the http://codex.wordpress.org/Writing_a_Plugin but its not working. If I the lang string to the wordpress ...
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Best practices for localizing WordPress content?

A client asked for a blog that will have localized content (i.e. en.blogname.com for English content, fr.blogname.com for French content, etc). Being new to building such a blog, we recently ...
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One of the messages in .po file doesn't show up

I've changed a file wp-content/languages/pl_PL.po #: bfa_header.php msgid "notice" msgstr "napis" msgid "Online Information Website" msgstr "Internetowy Portal Informacyjny" msgid "something" ...
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Setting up partial Right-to-Left admin interface

I am building a custom theme WordPress instance, which needs to be Arabic at the public face and English on Admin site, but with RTL (flush right) in editing fields. My theme takes care of the public ...
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What are options are there to implement a multi language site

What is the best way to have multiple languages on a site? I was thinking of using WP3.0 and then having each language of the site being a seperate blog in a sub directory. I.E. example.com ...
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Checking current language in a function

I am running WordPress with "WPML Multilingual CMS", so that it has multiple language versions. In a function used with add_action('template_redirect',<functionname>), I need to find out what ...