Loco Translate WordPress plugin offers an easy way to translate our plugins to any other language if you prefer a GUI based solution which is integrated with WordPress. Alternatively, go to docs.emdplugins.com and click on the link pointing to your plugin's documentation. Go to the Localization (l10n) section to see the instructions for manually creating po and mo files.
Every emdplugins.com WordPress plugin comes with two pot files. These files are located under the lang directory of your plugin. To be able to translate our plugins using Loco Translate, you need to create two translation sets and corresponding language files.
Follow the instructions below to get started:
If you followed the steps above correctly and chose the recommended custom location, your translation files are safe from the plugin updates. To update the pot files to another version, click on a language link and click on the Sync button.
If your main language is English and prefer to change certain strings to customize the plugin to your need, you can create a new dialect of English language and set your WordPress language to that language.
For example, you can create English (United States) language and then change "Employees" to "Associates" or "Events" to "Happenings". Once you save the translation file and your changes will start displaying immediately.