With our new translation dashboard, we are letting our customer-base guide us on what languages are needed, as well as what already translated languages need to be updated. Now, our customers can simply navigate to http://translate.wp-client.com , create an account, and begin contributing translations to WP-Client's text. You can translate as much or as little as you like, on a sentence-by-sentence basis, in any of the needed languages in which you have a proficiency.


Once a line is translated, the file is submitted to our WP-Client Support Team for approval. After approval, all of the translation files are compiled into a ZIP file that can be downloaded at any time by navigating to http://translate.wp-client.com or directly from this link HERE. New translations are compiled into the ZIP every week, so you can always be sure that you are downloading the most updated files.


To apply the translation to your WordPress installation, simply follow these steps:


1) Download the ZIP file from http://translate.wp-client.com/

2) Unzip the file

3) Using a program like POEdit, generate a matching MO file for the provided PO file, making sure to name the files in the proper WordPress format, "wp-client-xx_XX", replacing the "x"s with the corresponding letters for your desired language. For example, if your desired language is Spanish, the file should be saved as "wp-client-es_ES". A full list of WordPress language shorthand can be found here: http://wpcentral.io/internationalization/

4) Upload the appropriate MO and PO files via FTP into the WP-Client/languages directory.


If you want to contribute to a translation, or download the latest translation files, please visit to http://translate.wp-client.com/


Please let us know if you have any questions about the translation process.