Simple translation

  1. Copy telling.pot file from telling/languages folder to your desktop for editing.
  2. Download Poedit and open the file with it.
  3. Choose the text to edit and enter your translation in the bottom box.
  4. Save your .po file according to language code followed by country code. If your translation is written in German, your file name will look like de_DE.po.
  5. Once you save, Poedit by default automatically creates the .mo file alongside with .po file.
  6. Upload the .po and .mo files you just created to your /languages folder so they are in the same directory as the telling.pot
  7. In Settings/General scroll to the last setting and choose the language.

Simple translation for Telling | Theme Core Extend

Some of the translatable texts are located within the extension plugin so you may need to translate them as well when using particular features. For example, ‘load more’ button texts for article blocks are located inside the plugin.

  1. Copy core-extend.pot file from core-extend/languages folder to your desktop for editing.
  2. Download Poedit and open the file with it.
  3. Choose the text to edit and enter your translation in the bottom box.
  4. Save your .po file according to the following format – plugin slug name followed bylanguage codeand followed by country code.
    If your translation is written in German, your file name will look like core-extend-de_DE.po.
  5. Once you save, Poedit by default automatically creates the .mo file alongside with .po file.
  6. Upload the .po and .mo files you just created to your /languages folder so they are in the same directory as the core-extend.pot
  7. In Settings/General scroll to the last setting and choose the language.

Multi-language translation

Multi-language translations require plugins made specifically for this. You can use any plugin of your choice. We can suggest WPML (paid) , Polylang (free) and qTranslate X (free) plugins.