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barreoblique says

When you create your wordpress theme, do you keep in mind that your theme could be used by a non-English customer? Like me :)

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icypixels says

Yes, I always do! About 60% of my customers are non-US and they often need to translate their website.

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ImanGM says

Yes, I always do! About 60% of my customers are non-US and they often need to translate their website. Paul
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ThemeBeans says

It’s not even difficult to do, if you do it right from the start :)

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An-Themes says

+1 I think that this is the easy part on creating a theme, and is something very important for non-English customers!

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ThemeBeans says

Ha yea I agree. Takes like a minute if you’ve used the right strings throughout the files. Keep that happen and run Poedit upon every update and you’re good to go!

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