11. Translation

This theme is ready to be translated to any language. The easiest way to translate is via a Translation WordPress Plugin. Check out wordpress.org for a  list of translation plugins. Our current recommendation is the plugin Loco Translate

You can learn more about translating WordPress via the  Translating WordPress Documentation.

Need to support Multiple Languages?

Here are some of the Multilingual WordPress Plugins that will allow you to add multiple languages:

  1. Manage multilingual posts in one post per language (e.g. WPML - paid, xili-languagePolylang or Bogo). Translations are then linked together, indicating that one page is the translation of another.
  2. Store all languages alternatives for each post in the same post (e.g. qTranslate).
  3. Manage translations on the generated page instead of using a post context (e.g. Transposh and Global Translator)
  4. Plugins that direct you to external translation services (e.g. Google AJAX Translation)
  5. Plugins like Multisite Language SwitcherMultilingual Press, and Zanto, link together separate WordPress network (multisite) installations for each language by pinging back and forth.

Missing Font Characters

If you notice any font characters missing, you will need to select additional Font Subsets. You can manage this under  Appearance > Customize under the Typography tab.

Note: Some fonts do not support all font sub-sets. If your font does not support your language, you will need to choose another font that supports your font characters.

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