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ThemeProvince says

Hi there, im actually confused about what to offer buyers in terms of translating the theme.

So I want to ask whether buyers prefer localization – with the .mo and .po malarky or just a panel in the theme options where you can change these strings.

Thanks :)

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redfactory says

I would like to know this too :)

There are also plugins available to translate everything in your theme, so no need to reinvent the wheel if your’re going for the theme settings option.

WPML seems like a good plugin for this: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/sitepress-multilingual-cms/

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unisphere says

I would say .po files are the way to go because if the buyer needs to have the site in multiple languages, how do you address this using translation in the admin panel?

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SaurabhSharma says

I prefer translation files (.po and .mo). If you add any new string to your core files, you just need to re-compile the language file. But for the other way, you will need to add each one of them to your theme options/ translation panel.

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