An English version of my web site
Before even taking all the content of my old site on my new site, I wanted to set up an English version of the whole new site.
WordPress gives very interesting tools for this, and, as far as I am concerned, I installed the PolyLang plugin which made things much easier. You can see in the main menu a button that switches from French to English and vice versa. I managed to translate all the structure thanks to Polylang: the static pages of the site, the posts of the Blog, the Documentation, the Menus, the side bars etc … However, I have not yet touched the Forums of discussion which are for the time being only in French.
There are texts that have been translated through Google Translations. I then reviewed them a little, but not yet very thoroughly. If some English-language readers wants to suggest improvements or corrections, they will be welcome.
Similarly some external elements may not be translated. For example, I do not know what happens to Google’s reCaptcha for an English language visitor. Thanks to those who want to report to me the issues that remain.
My old site also had an English part, but only partially, and the help pages of my softwares were little translated. In addition, there was no one-to-one correspondence between the pages, whereas here it will be the case with the menu button mentioned above. More than 50% of the 2 millions of pages visited on my former site were nevertheless in English. It is therefore essential to offer these visitors a comprehensive, comprehensible and easy-to-read website. I hope to get there gradually.
I found today how to translate the reCaptcha contained in the Contact 7 Form plugin. For those who have this kind of question I give the solution here:
You have to open the plugin editor, select Contact Form 7, then in the modules, open the recaptcha.php file.
At line 241 we find the function wpcf7_recaptcha_enqueue_scripts () .
Add the following line after
'render' => 'explicit',:
'hl' => pll_current_language('slug'),
It asks recaptcha to display with the currently selected language of Polylang.
This is exactly what I was looking for.
Purists will tell you that you should never modify the plugin directly, because the changes will be lost during updates. For the moment I’m still there, but it is true that for the long term, I will try to introduce this kind of modification in a way more in line with the rules of good coding under wordpress.
Your software is simply enough !
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