Integral comes with .po and .pot file included under the languages folder. To translate:
- Download and install Poedit.
- Open integral.pot in Poedit. Translate as needed.
- Save the file with the locale. If you have already setup WordPress in your language, you can get it from your wp-config.php file under, for example:
define('WPLANG', 'en_GB');. In this case, you would save your file as en_GB.po.
- Step above should have generated a .po and an .mo file. Copy both these files under the languages folder of integral.
Your Language & Localization
After translating, you may wish to use the correct locale to translate and localize your WordPress installation completely. Refer to Installing WordPress In Your Language at WordPress Codex to learn how to.
For languages that read from right-to-left unlike English which is left-to-right, Integral will automatically switch to an RTL style, as long as you it’s in your language and uses the correct locale (as explained above).
For multilingual sites, the best way is to purchase the WPML Plugin. Integral is compatible with the plugin.
When using WPML, we recommend you use Display the language switcher in the WP Menu option and select Main Menu. This will display the languages drop down menu in the main navigation menu.