My first WordCamp talk

I was following WordPress Community of Nepal on twitter since they had their first WordCamp in 2012 and was already impressed by them but when I visited I could easily see the impact of last 5 years of establishing the community there.

They had WordCamp Kathmandu now instead of Nepal, as there are a couple of others meetups groups established like WordPress Pokhara. Yes, I was invited to their monthly meet up as well after my WordCamp talk.

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Adnan, Asif, Devin and Matt

WordCamp Beauty through Asian Eyes

Today, I am going to share the experience of attending my first WordCamp. It was my first time in the U.S.A (and the time to Miami obviously). I stayed in U.S.A for 20 days, travelled to four states, met a lot of great people and visited a lot of awesome places. 10 days in Florida includes NASA, Universal, Lakes, Springs, Parks, Miami and special visit to KeyWest. Kudos to Asif, my buddy who drove me to all the places. I highly appreciate his support for everything he did to me during my trip.

Attending a WordCamp was a dream and when your dream comes true, your feels splendid. I received a comment on FaceBook checking that I am lucky to be there and yes I was lucky to attend this WordCamp.

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How To Translate a WordPresss Plugin Into your Local Language

As you already know that WordPress is an open source platform and it is translated into many languages by different contributors. Most plugins are already translated into different languages. But if you find a plugin that is not already translated into your local language, you can translate that plugin yourself. You don’t need to be technical in order to translate a WordPress plugin into your own language.

Why You Need To Translate Plugin Into Your Local Language

WordPress itself has an option to translate WordPress website into your local languages. If your plugin is not translation ready it won’t be translated into your local language. The multilingual sites can help you to increase audience and conversion rate because it better explains the message to the audience. The Local translated websites convert more than the international websites.
How to Translate a Plugin Yourself ?
You can either translate a plugin for yourself or you can translate a plugin for other people to help the community. In this article I’ll share both ways to translate a WordPress plugin.

How to Translate a Plugin For Your Website ?

If you are interested to translate a plugin for yourself you can translate it by using the third party plugin translation plugins such as WPML, you can translate every string of your plugin using the WPML. This translation will be applied only to your website.

How To Translate a Plugin Using Poedit?

You can translate a whole plugin into your own language using Poedit. You can submit that translation to the plugin owner author.

In order to translate plugin first of all download the plugin on your local computer and unzip the file. Inside the plugin folder look for the language folder and inside that folder you will find the .pot files, if you failed to find that file that means your plugin is not translation ready, in that you can ask the plugin author to add the translation support. If you find the language folder move to the next step.

In the next step download and Install the Poedit on your local computer. The Poedit app has two versions one is Free and other is Premium. If you are using the premium version you will have the option to translate the WordPress Themes and Plugins automatically, otherwise you need to create the new translation using the Poedit app.

In our case we are using the Free version and will do the translation manually. After opening the Poedit application you will need to select the option ‘Create New Translation’ after clicking here it will ask to select the POT file after selecting the POT file it will ask to select the language for translation. It will show a drop down menu where you can enter your language name and select it. I am going to translate the plugin into URDU so I’ll write the URDU and will select it from the drop down menu.

After selecting the language from the drop down menu, Poedit will provide you with a dashboard where you will see all the strings of your plugin. You can translate every single string one by one.

Once you are done with translation it’s time to export the changes you can do that by going to File> Save it will ask you to give a name to file so make sure you add the language name and country code in name section in my case I was translating into URDU so I’ll name my file as ur_PK and will hit Save. our files will be saved in .PO and .MO extensions you can keep these file inside the language folder of your plugin. You can use this translated plugin for your own use or you can submit that translation to the plugin’s author. You might credit the plugin author.]]

 

How to create Facebook App and get App ID and secret?

Step 1:

Go to Facebook Developers section and login to your Facebook account, if you are not logged in already. This should not be your business account.

Step 2:

If you are here (at Facebook Developer section) first time, you will require to “Register as a Developer” (If you have already done this, skip this step and move to step 3). Click “Register” button.

If any model about privacy appeasr you must accept the privacy policy

And Facebook may ask for some personal information

Next, you will be shown a message

After clicking Done, you will be redirected to the Apps page.

Step 3:

Click My Apps and then click “Add New App” link

Step 4:

Enter the name of your app in Display Name option ( it’s recommended to enter your website or company name in this field), enter your Contact Email and click Create App ID button

Then click skip because we don’t need any special integration.

Finally, the app created and you will be redirected to app home page.

Step 5:

Just copy the Facebook App and Secret from Settings > Basic section in the left sidebar and paste in the Facebook App ID and Facebook App Secret in advance tab settings.