How to translate WP User Frontend PRO

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You can translate WP User Frontend Pro in your language and download the translation files yourself to implement the language on your site.

If this is your first time translating, then follow this general procedure tutorial:  How to translate weDevs plugins or themes

Translation Workflow & Guidelines

1. Click on WP User Frontend Pro GlotPress. Choose the language you want to translate to.

2. Use the proper file location

Place the language files you downloaded to –

  • /wp-content/languages/plugins/ (Recommended)
  • /wp-content/plugins/wpuf/languages

If we place the file in the languages folder of the plugin, the file might get lost while updating the plugin. So the safest place would be wp-content/languages/plugins.

3. Rename the language files with the following format: text-domain.

Text Domain for the .MO or .PO file

WP User Frontend: or wp-user-frontend-en_EN.po

Final Step: Activation

  1. Go to wp-admin → Settings → General and scroll to the bottom.
  2. You will get to see a drop-down menu for languages. Choose your language from there (like en_Es for Spanish) and save it to enable the language of your choice. All of the instructions are given in this post about translating weDevs themes and plugins (the last step).

Manually editing a translation from a file

To do this you will need a person readable file (.po). Machine readable (.mo) files will not work.

Download a.PO version of your language file and edit it with Poedit; it's free software. Download here:

Now, you will be able to find the strings and add or edit each string manually.