How do I translate ProjectHuddle into my language?


Included Translations

ProjectHuddle includes the following languages, so no translations are needed!

  • Español (Spanish)
  • Deutsch (German)
  • Français (French)

Be sure your WordPress language is set and ProjectHuddle will automatically use these translations throughout the plugin.

Check our Community Translations Site!

Want to use ProjectHuddle in your language? We set up an online translation tool called Glotpress that lets you download, suggest and contribute translations! The list of supported languages is always growing, so please check here first! ProjectHuddle may already be translated in your language.

ProjectHuddle Community Translations

These languages are updated on every new plugin release, but should you want to get these translations immediately, you can do so by following these steps!

Visit the our Glotpress community and find your language:
Export the .mo file by selecting "Machine Object Message Catalog" from the dropdown and click "Export".
Export the .po file by selecting "Portable Object Message Catalog" from the dropdown and click "Export".
Export the json (JED) file by selecting "Jed 1.x (.json)" from the dropdown
Add these files to the wp-content/languages/ph/ directory of your WordPress installation.

Manually Translating

You can also decide to translate you own version of the plugin. This is helpful if you want to have your own wording for instance. In fact, you can even change the default English translations for the plugin.

The  Poedit program lets you translate .po/.mo files on your computer. 

Download and install the free Poedit program. You can download this here:
Load the .pot file. Find the "ph.pot" file in your "languages" folder of the Project-Huddle plugin. Open it with poedit, and translate. 
Save your translation. When complete, you’ll want to save the file twice, as two separate files – a .po file and a .mo file. When you save the files, you must name them according to your language code with "project-huddle" prefix. Find a list of language codes at  WordPress in your Language
Create a JED file. Once you have your .po/.mo files, you'll want to convert your .po file to a JED gettext file for javascript translations:
Add the files.Add these files to the  wp-content/languages/ph/ directory of your WordPress installation
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