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  Public Ticket #148149
Some begginer problems!
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  • Bernardo started the conversation
    Hello why would like to know how can i translate the TOP TEN ( that thing that scrolls; most views all tinme,most likes all time...). And why like to know how big are the logo images ( how many px). in fact i think its better know i can i translate everything..
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    Brian replied

    See this FAQ for translation: http://industrialthemes.ticksy.com/faq/808

    If you want to find dimensions of any images or elements on a page, right-click it in your browser and choose Inspect Element and it will display the dimensions there.

  • Bernardo replied

    i've done all the steps and the translation doesn't work. I've done it all by the tutorial that our other user mencionated.

    I would like to have the possibilitie to change this problem.

     

    Thank you,

    Bernardo Gancho

  •  327
    Brian replied

    I don't really know what further to tell you. You must be doing something incorrect. As I state in that FAQ, I don't actually do translation services for people. My job is to provide a translatable .po file for you to use to translate the theme in  your own language. Beyond that it's up to you to accomplish. What step are you getting stuck on?

  • Robert replied

    I used this guide to translate my version of the theme. The followin step in particular is missing from the guide provided by Brian and doing this, translated my theme into the language I wanted it in:

    http://www.solostream.com/blog/tutorials/translate-wordpress-theme/

    Finally, if you haven’t done so already, you’ll need to make sure your wp-config.php file matches your language files. For example, if you’re using a French translation, you’ll need to add the fr_FR.po and fr_FR.mo files to your theme folder, then set your language in wp-config.php, like this:

    define ('WPLANG', 'fr_FR');

    By the way, your wp-config.php file is located in the main directory where all your core WordPress files are located.

    Save your wp-config.php file, upload it to your WordPress installation, and you are ready to go.