Looking for a way to translate your site to your native language? Loco Translate provides in-browser editing of WordPress translation files and integrates with automatic translation services.
The performance of your website can be improved significantly when following the right steps. Here are few tips that will help you get your pages loading faster.
Grimlock and its add-ons are printing lots of strings that might still be displayed in English. This post explains how to solve this in order to fully translate your website to your native language using Poedit.
To translate the search forms, several strings that you’re looking for need to be translated from the BP Search Profile plugin. That plugin doesn’t provide a POT file, so we created one with all the strings from that plugin for you.
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Sometimes, you are using a child theme and you don’t want to edit its files by fear of losing your customizations in a future update. Our recommendation to easily add snippets to your WordPress website is using the Code Snippets plugin.
Translating your website in one language manually is the best practise to ensure good performances as you don’t use third party plugin. To do it, you’ll have to access to your ftp and translate some specific files with Poedit.
Your theme works with WPML to create a fully multilingual website. This means you can have your website available in multiple languages.
If you are starting to create a multilingual website, chances are that you will need to translate your homepage and its widgets.
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By default when you create a child theme, the default CSS for the theme will […]
If you need to modify functionality, you will often need to insert custom PHP code in to your starter child theme.
A mega menu is organised in columns to make a long sub-menu clearer. Moreover, an image can be added in background so this sub-menu can be more appealing.