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Two text domains in one plugin

From start: A = main plugin(the library), B = child plugin I develop a plugin B that will depend on another plugin A in order to work properly. I do this because I'm one of the persons who don't ...
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load_child_theme_textdomain doesn't work in function.php

I have a child theme which is not localized. So I added this in function.php add_action( 'after_setup_theme', 'my_child_theme_setup' ); function my_child_theme_setup() { ...
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Find proper “text domain” within theme

I have a client with a wordpress theme, Nevada, and we are having trouble making the built in translations work for it. The theme contains .mo files for English, German, and Slovenian, and appear to ...
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Theme doesn't want to load localization files

Here is my functions.php excerpt: function get_theme_text_domain() { //Same behavior if I return the string as 'return 'whatever' $theme = wp_get_theme(); return ...
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Multiple textdomains

I have a bunch of plugins. Obviously, they all have their own unique textdomains for internationalization (i18n). I also have a bunch of files that I include in all my plugins - I throw them all in a ...
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Does the textdomain have to be the theme's name?

Does a theme's text domain have to be the actual theme name? If you develop WP themes, couldn't you just use the same name (perhaps your business name) for all the theme's you develop, making it ...
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Action hook load_textdomain $domain variable

I use the load_textdomain action hook to list all active localization text domains with corresponding path to translation files. function mo_location( $domain, $mofile ) { if ( ...