rtMedia and WPML translation
rtMedia plugin provides features to upload media for BuddyPress based websites. Users can upload audio, video and images on website and also create separate albums. There are many more features available with rtMedia plugin and it’s related add-ons.
All rtMedia premium add-ons and themes are compatible with WPML theme. You can follow below steps to translate strings added by rtMedia add-ons.
This document is about how to configure and what steps are required to use rtMedia Plugin and WPML together.
rtMedia follows all the WordPress standards to translate strings and it is translation ready. However, there are many languages, and end users not that much tech savvy, hence the WPML translation is an easy way to translate all the strings with less efforts.
Test site of rtMedia and WMPL plugins setup together:
- English – http://theme-testing.wpml.org/plugin-rtmedia/activity/
- Spanish – http://theme-testing.wpml.org/plugin-rtmedia/es/activity/
To get started, you will need WPML and add-on Plugins.
The core WPML Multilingual plugin is always required along with String translations add-on.
Here you can find a guide for installing & activating WPML.
Also make sure you are using BuddyPress plugin in your website, you can read more about it here –BuddyPress Multilingual plugin.
How to setup rtMedia in your language using WPML translation
a. Add your language from “Languages” tab under WPML menu. b. Now, go to “String Translation” tab and you will find some strings which need to be translated in your language. c. Once the strings are translated you can cross check again by scanning the rtMedia plugin from “Theme & Plugin Localization”.
That’s it. And we are done with the rtMedia translation in your language. I am sure this will be very easy for you to do it using WPML translation plugin.