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Glekk – Elementor Blog & Magazine WordPress Theme
Glekk – Elementor Blog & Magazine WordPress Theme
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Theme Translation

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The ability to translate your website into different languages can significantly expand its reach and accessibility. The Glekk theme is translation-ready, meaning you can easily adapt your website to cater to a diverse, global audience.

Preparing for Translation
  1. Language Files: The theme comes with POT (Portable Object Template) files, which serve as the blueprint for translation. These files contain all the text strings used in the theme.
  2. Choosing a Translation Method: There are several ways to translate your theme. You can use a plugin like WPML (WordPress Multilingual Plugin), Loco Translate, or manually translate the POT file using software like Poedit.
Using a Translation Plugin (e.g., WPML)
  1. Install the Plugin: Install your chosen translation plugin from the WordPress plugin repository and activate it.
  2. Configure Language Settings: Follow the plugin’s setup wizard to choose the default language and add additional languages you want to support.
  3. Translate Content: Use the plugin’s interface to translate pages, posts, menus, and theme elements. Some plugins offer automatic translation services, while others support manual translation by yourself or a team.
Enabling the Translation
  1. Update WordPress Settings: Go to ‘Settings’ > ‘General’ in your WordPress dashboard and select the language you’ve translated your theme into.
  2. Check Your Website: Visit your website to ensure that the translations appear correctly.

By following these steps, you can translate the theme into your desired language, making your website more accessible and user-friendly for a global audience.

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