1. Posts Table Pro
  2. Advanced Usage

Translating Posts Table Pro into other languages

Posts Table Pro comes with several language translations already included. You can also use it with various WordPress multilingual plugins, or add your own translations directly.

Translations included with the plugin

Many of our customers have kindly contributed translations to the plugin. Currently, Posts Table Pro comes with translations for: English, German, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Dutch, Polish, Swedish and Norwegian. To use one of these languages, simply select your site language from the Settings → General menu in the WordPress admin.

If you wish to use Posts Table Pro in a language that is not currently supported, you may wish to translate the plugin yourself.

Multilingual plugins

Posts Table Pro works with most WordPress multilingual plugins. We have provided tutorials on how to use it with some of the most popular:

How to add custom translations

  1. Use the .pot file in the plugin’s /languages folder to translate the plugin into your chosen language.
  2. Once you have created the relevant .po and .mo file for your language, upload both files to this location: <your site>/wp-content/languages/plugins/

The file name for the .mo and .po files should be the text domain followed by the relevant locale. So for example, if we were translating into Croatian, the local is ‘hr_HR’. The text domain for the plugin is posts-table-pro, so the file name would be: posts-table-pro-hr_HR.mo and posts-table-pro-hr_HR.po

Contributing your translation to the plugin

If you create a translation for a language we don't currently support, we would love to add it to the plugin!

Please send us an email and attach your files so we can add them to a future release.

Does the plugin support RTL/right-to-left languages?

Yes, if you select a RTL language such as Hebrew under Settings → General then the text direction should go from right to left automatically throughout your website, including in the product table.

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