January 4, 2015 at 8:25 pm #33371
Hello Nayem, thank you for your advice. The Post Inspector only shows custom fields in posts, so I still wasn't able to figure out the user field meta key this way. BUT instead I just guessed it – ‘facebook' was all I had to enter into the custom field and it works perfectly now!!!
HOWEVER, I know have another major issue I cannot get my head around – I cannot localise the WPUF Pro into Russian. I have compiled the .po and .mo translation files using PoEdit, uploaded the files to the plugin languages folder and have inserted define (‘WPLANG', ‘ru_RU'); into wp-config.php, following the instructions on this website. But the Russian language is still not displayed.
I have installed the ‘Codestyling Localization' plugin to see whether I can automize this process. But these are the error messages the plugin displays for WPUF Pro:
Loading Issue: Author is using load_textdomain instead of load_plugin_textdomain function. This may break behavior of WordPress, because some filters and actions won't be executed anymore. Please contact the Author about that.
Error: The actual loaded translation content does not match the textdomain: wpuf
Expect, that any text you translate will not occure as long as the textdomain is mismatching!
This is a coding issue at the source files you try to translate, please contact the original Author and explain this mismatch.
Warning: The actual loaded translation content contains mixed textdomains and is not pure translateable within one textdomain.
It seems, that there is code contained extracted out of other plugins, themes or widgets and used by copy & paste inside some source files.
I have set-up the forms on the website already and some field title text and notifications have been translated into Russian within the settings available in the plugin. So just wondering whether the plugin should've been localized before doing any work with it first and that is what's causing problems?
Is there anything you could recommend please to successfully localize the plugin into Russian?
EgorJanuary 6, 2015 at 10:10 pm #33504
Sekander BadshaMemberPost count: 2067
Codestyling Localization has some issues with their recognition system. You can check any default WordPress plugin. It will show the same error even if the text domain is alright. I have tested with bbPress.
Please allow me some more time to test this issue and come back to you with a tutorial.
Thank you for having patience 🙂January 15, 2015 at 6:23 pm #34253
Dear Sekander Badsha,
Many thanks for your reply! I don't mind avoiding Codestyling Localization altogether and set up the Russian language the default way. I can send you my .po and .mo files and give my host access if that would be more convenient? I just require a one-time solution ASAP please.
EgorJanuary 15, 2015 at 7:42 pm #34256
After updating to WP 4.1 and changing the default language to Russian, the plugin displays ‘?':
January 22, 2015 at 11:59 am #34803
Dear Sekander. I am still waiting for a reply with regards to my issue. Please revert. Best regardsFebruary 6, 2015 at 7:31 pm #35959
Hello? Anyone? Will there be any kind of reply/resolution to this issue posted 1 month ago please?
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