Translations: Stackable in Your Language

Translations: Stackable in Your Language


This new version is all about translations! We’re now multilingual! Stackable is now WPML compatible and you can now change the language used in Stackable’s interface.

Translations via WPML

Stackable is now fully compatible with WPML! This means that if you want your website to cater to different people of different languages, then Stackable blocks can help with that.

If you’re unfamiliar with WPML, they basically allow your entire site to be switched from one language to another. This is perfect for when your site needs to be multilingual like many European, South American and Asian sites.

You can head over to our documentation page for a guide on how to translate Stackable blocks using WPML.

Stackable in Your Language

WordPress is available in a multitude of languages, and they’ve made it very easy to change the language used in the WordPress backend.

Changing this setting changes the language of your backend.

If you’ve been using WordPress in another language aside from English, you might have noticed that when editing Stackable blocks, all the text in there are still in English.

In this version, we’re happy to announce that Stackable is now translatable to other languages.

Here’s what the block inspector looks like for our Call to Action block’s Background Settings in Norwegian (thanks to Knut Sparhell)

Example of a Stackable block translated into Norsk bokmål.

What Languages Are Available?

To find what languages Stackable is available in, just go to our plugin page in the Plugin Directory and click on the languages entry the sidebar.

Supported languages in the plugin page.

As the time of this writing, Stackable is available in English, Norwegian, and Ukrainian (partially).

Why only these? It’s because we’ll need your help in bringing Stackable to other languages. Skip to the bottom part of the article for details on how to help out with translation.

How to Get the Translations

To get Stackable in your language (if it’s available), then simply go to Dashboard > Updates in your WordPress admin, and scroll down to the Translations area and click on the Update Translations button.

Click the “Update Translations” button to update your site’s language packs.

It should show some downloading progress. After that’s done, go and edit one of your pages, click on a block and its settings should now be in your language.

If you cannot see the Update Translations button, then either you already have the translations in your site or Stackable isn’t available in your selected language.

Help out and Translate Stackable in Your Language

We need your help translating Stackable to other languages!

If you want to help out with translations, all you need is a account then head over to Stackable’s translation page, click a language and start suggesting translations.

Click the link & help translate Stackable to your language.

Hope you guys enjoy this update! If you have any suggestions or if you would like to help out in translating Stackable in your language, let us know in the comments below.

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