The first to doing this is to create a template. As I am using the free version I cannot use the Translate WordPress theme or plug-in option, so click the ()…
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This post is part of the sub-series on Translating a ClassicPress plugin with Poedit which is part of the Translating a ClassicPress plugin with Poedit series. With Pedit installed we can use it to localise a ClassicPress plugin. The first to doing this is to create a template.
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