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alejandroccs    0
alejandroccs

Hello guys; I have installed WHPro into my server but now I need to translate the theme to Spanish I have installed "CodeStyling Localization V.1.95" I have created the spanish translation into it but it's no showing it in the front page, even thought it show all my WP back end in Spanish. Any suggestion or Tip?

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miber    0
miber

You need to edit the file wp-config.php in the root folder of the website. Change the line: define ('WPLANG', ''); to define ('WPLANG', 'es-ES'); Hope this solves your problem!

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Andrew    201
Andrew

You might also want to use a program called PoEdit to create your translated file for the theme.

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alejandroccs    0
alejandroccs

Thanks for answering guys; But here is what is going on: I modified my "wp-config.php" in order to show "es-ES" but As I stated before, The Wordpress Backend shows entirely in Spanish but not the Front end of the Theme. Where should I have the Language files for the theme located?

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miber    0
miber

The language files for the theme should be in: /wp-content/themes/iBlogPro/languages I have experienced that CodeStyling Localization does not work. I also suggest that you open the .po file in PoEdit. Then save it from PoEdit. Now your Front end should be in Spanish.

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Andrew    201
Andrew

thanks Miber, yes place them in the languages folder for the theme.

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