UPDATE: After we re-launch our site (soon), we will have a much simpler way to provide translation text using POedit.
I am putting the English language pack available for download.
I am asking all of you for your help in translating this language pack into your native language (for those of you who speak other languages and English).
Since we now have a large and diversified user base, supporting multiple languages is becoming more important to assist users who do not speak English well enough to understand the instructions. It's hard enough for a beginner who DOES speak English, so I can only imagine how much someone would struggle, if they cannot read the instructions!
Your help is greatly appreciated.
If you are willing to volunteer your time to translate, please download the language pack and post here for which language you are translating. That way, we won't have multiple people working on the same translation.
Here's how the language packs work:
Basically, you'll see that these are arrays. They are formatted as follows:
'keyword' => "phrase to translate",
You do NOT want to change any code or the 'keyword' at all and you do NOT want to change any HTML or variables in the "phrase to translate."
A variable is any word with a $ attached -such as $var or $admin[whatever].
If you have any questions, please feel free to ask me.
Update: In an effort to keep translations as up-to-date as possible, I have removed the download link for the language packs. This is because we do not always have time to update the packs. However, if you would like to help us out, please contact us and then we will take the time to update the pack for you specifically.
Thanks in advance!