If you are looking to translate the EventPrime plugin to your language or seeking quick help on how to translate WordPress plugins into your local language, then follow this simple guide.

One of the most commonly used ways to translate WordPress plugins into local languages is through WordPress.org. Including this, the two ways to translate WordPress plugins into your local language are:

  • Translating WordPress plugins on WordPress.org (Easiest Method)
  • Translating WordPress plugins on your own website using Loco Translate

Among all the ways, experts recommend using WordPress.org the most as it is easy to do, has its own advantages as well.

Advantages of using WordPress.org to translate plugins

The advantages of using WordPress.org to translate plugins are:

  • Easy translation process with minimal time consumption
  • Increases the reach of the WordPress community
  • Translated plugins allow native users to understand and use more plugins
  • You can get a chance to win rewards for free as most of the plugins offer a free version of their premium plugin to the translators
  • EventPrime is giving you a chance to win EventPrime Premium and/or EventPrime Premium+ or a bundle of three Premium plugins known as Metabundle for free.

Note: Metabundle is a bundle of three premium plugins which include EventPrime Premium, ProfileGrid Premium, and RegistrationMagic Premium.

How to translate WordPress plugins on WordPress.org

This process is to translate EventPrime to your own language, however, you can use the same process to translate any WordPress plugin or theme to your language.

Step1: Login to your WordPress account and search for EventPrime or click this link to open the EventPrime page directly on wordpress.org.

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Step2: On the EventPrime page, scroll down and click ‘Development’ or ‘Help translate it!’

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Step3: Furter, on the Development page, scroll down and click on “Translate “EventPrime – Events Calendar” into your language.”

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Step4: On the next page you will find a list of languages in which you can translate EventPrime into.

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Step5: Search the language in which you want to translate the plugin and click on it.

Step6: Further, on the next page you can double-click and add your translations in the Translation column.

Add translations

Step7: After adding the translations, click ‘Suggest’ and save your translations.

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Step8: You can track your translation status and export the translation file by scrolling down to the bottom.

Export translation file

Step9: Once you are done translating and your translation status changes to ‘Waiting,’ send us a contact request mentioning the language you have translated the plugin in. Our team will review the translations and get back to you.

You get a chance to win EventPrime Premium if you translate the core version of the EventPrime plugin. In addition to that, you can win EventPrime Premium+ or Metabundle (Consists EventPrime Premium, RegistrationMagic Premium, and ProfileGrid Memberships Premium) if you help translate the EventPrime Premium.

Please note: Our team will not process the request in case the EventPrime plugin is already translated into the language you want to translate the EventPrime plugin in. Hence, re-check the languages in which EventPrime is already translated and then proceed further.

How to translate WordPress plugins on your own website using Loco Translate

Using the Loco Translate plugin you can directly translate plugins on your website. Follow the steps below:

Step1: Download the Loco Translate plugin and install it on your WordPress website.

Step2: Go to your WordPress Dashboard and click on ‘Plugins’ on the left menu bar.

Step3: Further, click on the EventPrime link on the page.

Step4: On the next page you can select the language in which you want to translate EventPrime.

Step5: Next select the location and click on ‘Start Translating.’ You will be automatically redirected to the Editor Page.

Step6: Here on the Editor page, you can use the ‘Filter Translation Field’ and search the string you want to translate.

Step7: You will see a String in the source text box and you can add the translation string in the Translation box.

Step8: Further, ‘Save’ the translation. The new translation string will replace the old string.

Get EventPrime Premium for Free as a reward

We offer two rewards to our translators, which include:

  1. EventPrime Premium for Free: For the translators who translate EventPrime core 85% and above. All the translations should be correct.
  2. EventPrime+ or Metabundle for Free: For the translators who translate EventPrime Premium. All the translations should be correct.

To win the rewards send us a contact request after completing the translation on WordPress.org. (Check the process above.) Our team will review the translations submitted on WordPress.org and get back to you.

Note: We only accept translations availed through wordpress.org. We do not accept any translation files sent via email. To submit any translation file log in to your wordpress.org account and follow the above-given guides.

Current Translation Status link: Please click here to see the status of the current translations.

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