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How to fix translation issue after upgrading to WPL4.4.0?
Posted by Howard R. on 17 June 2019 06:38 AM
To be fully compatible with WordPress translation project we did some changes on WPL text domain and strings since 4.4.0|
If you have a multi-lingual website and you translated the language files yourself you may face some issues after upgrading to latest version of WPL but it's simply fix-able.
What you need to do is to copy existing language files into the /wp-content/languages/plugins/ directory and rename them from wpl-[locale].mo to real-estate-listing-realtyna-wpl-[locale].mo
Here are some examples:
Copy /wp-content/languages/real-estate-listing-realtyna-wpl/wpl-es_ES.mo to /wp-content/languages/plugins/real-estate-listing-realtyna-wpl-es_ES.mo
Copy /wp-content/languages/real-estate-listing-realtyna-wpl-pro/wpl-it_IT.mo to /wp-content/languages/plugins/real-estate-listing-realtyna-wpl-it_IT.mo
- If you don't see /wp-content/languages/real-estate-listing-realtyna-wpl/ or /wp-content/languages/real-estate-listing-realtyna-wpl-pro/ directories on your website then you shouldn't have any problem.
- You can keep the existing language files and also you can copy .po files in addition to .mo files. You just need to rename them.
- After copying the files everything should work as before. To copy the files you can use any FTP client or use File Manager tool in your website cPanel.
- If you're using PRO version of WPL, you don't need to add -pro to the language files anymore.