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ThemeFusion says

Hello folks,

I really need some help with making my theme show up on codestyling localization plugin. I have tried lots of stuff and there are no scripting guard errors but codestyling localization refuses to show up. If anyone has a checklist of some kind on making a theme work with codestyling localization, please post it here or send me an email.

I’d really appreciate some help.

Thanks!

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OriginalEXE says

Maybe this is the shot in the dark, I never used the plugin so I don’t know exact requirements, but do you have default .po and .mo files and localization folder specified in your theme?

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CODE9RS says

Hey Luke, send a mail for me, I can help you ;D

Waiting your message!

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ThemeFusion says

Maybe this is the shot in the dark, I never used the plugin so I don’t know exact requirements, but do you have default .po and .mo files and localization folder specified in your theme?

Yep, po and mo file is in place in the languages folder with the load_theme_textdomain specified properly to that folder.

@RDever, just sent an email to you. I really appreciate all the help.

-M

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CODE9RS says

Replied.

Waiting your reply ;D

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damojo says

This might help:

load_theme_textdomain( 'yourtextdomain', TEMPLATEPATH.'/lang' );
$locale = get_locale();
$locale_file = TEMPLATEPATH."/lang/$locale.php";
if ( is_readable($locale_file) ) 
require_once($locale_file);
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wickedpixel says

Once I was adding the define code in the functions.php file, not in the main config.cfg file. This thing:

define('WPLANG', 'en_EN');

lots of head smashing :P

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