Post count: 8April 20, 2017 at 1:16 pm #321712
I have read many instructions in this forum about the (problems with) translating some English words in your (neigborhoodtheme)-shop to my own language (Dutch). Nothing works.
I have modified the .po's en .mo's with Poedit (as well with LocoTranslate) on the different locations:
Nothing works (and po's and mo's are already good already there, overall viewed).
In woocommerce, the Dutch translations are all good set (and not anything is in English in the shop there, all is correctly in Dutch). To check this, I have activated Wordpress-Sixteen-theme, and yes indeed: then all translations are correctly in Dutch.
In Neighborhood-theme however, the English words stay on that certain places.
I'll send you two screenshots here, as an example (by far not complete). That words (marked with blue line) -for example- should be in Dutch language. Because: In the .po's and .mo's: they are in Dutch!!
So: the only thing I have concluded: is that in certain .php-files of Neigborhoodtheme, this English words are hardcoded in the php in English. Files in directories:
That are Neigborhood-files that overwrite the woocommerce-templates, so there's is the (language)problem.
How to fix this?!?
I dont' think is a nice and good job for me, to go exploring all php-files in the directories there, and searching what hardcoded English sentences should be replaced by me by the Dutch sentences/words (in which php-files?).
And also: with hardcoding there in Dutch, I will get the update-problems in the future (even if I will use a childtheme, with upgrade of woocomerce-files and yours, I have to compare and translate again). Not a very good solution too.
So, please, can you tell me how (and where) to handle this translation-problem and how I can translate the English Neighborhood overwritngs (and have the Dutch woocommerce translations). With no future update problems
Or do you have an upgrade for this translation-problem?
I have not insatlled Wpml, because i don't want a heavy plugin in the site, while we don't need a multilangual website. And what I have read: working with Wmpl will not fix this issue too.
With kind regards!
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