A plugin can have a lot of strings to translate; the larger the plugin the more translations there are likely to be. It is quite common for developers to look for ways to reduce typing the same parameter every time through the use of variables or…
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This post is part of the sub-series on Internationalizing a ClassicPress plugin which is part of the Internationalizing a ClassicPress plugin series. A plugin can have a lot of strings to translate; the larger the plugin the more translations there are likely to be.
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