This post is part of the sub-series on Translating a ClassicPress plugin with GlotPress which is part of the Translating a ClassicPress plugin with GlotPress series. In the previous part of the wider series, I blogged about using PO Edit to translate a plugin.
PO Edit is not the only tool available for translating a ClassicPress plugin; there is another one called GlotPress. I tend to view PO Edit as a tool for one person to create translation sets for ClassicPress, although it does support collaboration. GlotPress on the other hand is intended for the collaborative translations of plugins and themes.
GlotPress comes in two flavours:
- Standalone website
The plugin works with both ClassicPress and WordPress and can also be used to translate any software which uses gettext. Over the course of this series, I will be looking at the plugin version of GlotPress.
|Translating a ClassicPress plugin with GlotPress|
|What is GlotPress?|
|Download and install GlotPress|
|Create a project|
|Import translation template|
|Create new translation set|