Specifying Language Files

The default language that WordPress is provisioned for is English (en_US). You have the option of changing this selection from the language dropdown menu in the module settings to one of 65 included languages provided with this module.

If you would like to use a language not provided with the module or you have additional template files for an included language, you can add these files to a custom language folder as described on the previous page. If you are using a language not available from the configuration menu, you will also need to define the custom language variable in the wpconfig.php file located in the specific module package folders.

Note: The InSync Business Group cannot be held responsible for the accuracy of these language files and any questions should be directed to the WordPress community.

For more information about the WordPress language options, please visit https://codex.wordpress.org/WordPress_in_Your_Language

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