Author zanematthew

Default WordPress POT File

Note, "X-Poedit-SearchPath-0: .n" and "X-Poedit-SearchPath-1: ..n" will need to be changed to point to where the translator should look for the strings to translate.

The below is based on the po/mo files being located in the /languages/ directory.

msgid ""
msgstr ""
"Project-Id-Version: Plugin or Theme Namen"
"POT-Creation-Date: n"
"PO-Revision-Date: n"
"Last-Translator: n"
"Language-Team: Your Team Name <NAME@EMAIL.COM>n"
"MIME-Version: 1.0n"
"Content-Type: text/plain; charset=UTF-8n"
"Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bitn"
"X-Generator: Poedit 1.5.7n"
"X-Poedit-KeywordsList: __;_e;__ngettext:1,2;_n:1,2;__ngettext_noop:1,2;"
"_n_noop:1,2;_c,_nc:4c,1,2;_x:1,2c;_nx:4c,1,2;_nx_noop:4c,1,2;_ex:1,2c;"
"esc_attr__;esc_attr_e;esc_attr_x:1,2c;esc_html__;esc_html_e;esc_html_x:1,2cn"
"X-Poedit-Basepath: .n"
"Plural-Forms: nplurals=2; plural=(n != 1);n"
"X-Poedit-SearchPath-0: .n"
"X-Poedit-SearchPath-1: ..n"

Multilingual WordPress Posts & Pages

Privately commissioned to develop a single plugin that would provide WordPress admins with the ability to publish posts & pages in various languages. The languages included: English, Spanish, French and Portuguese.

Various custom WordPress services included:

  • Geo Location – Derived visitors location and set their language
  • Imported Base Content – 350+ pages of were imported and cataloged
  • WordPress Admin – Customized to control the language per post/page
  • Language Switcher – Allowed site visitors to change the language
  • Tracking – Various language tracking URLs were appended to all links
  • Comprehensive Dates – Date structure set per locale

Rule of 78

In short the rule of 78* is best explained with an example; Say you have 3 employees each tasked with meeting the quota of acquiring $5,000 in MRR (monthly recurring revenue). These 3 employees will be accountable for a financial growth in the company of $1.17M.

*78 is the sum of numbers from 1 to 12

Source

Rule of 78 on Wikipedia

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