Help us translate UCP into your language & get UnderConstructionPage PRO for free

Bring the plugin to users who speak your language. We will reward you for that

As you may already know, WordPress is an open source content management system which is powered by the community. WordPress itself, its extensions and themes that you can find in the repository are completely free. But someone has had to do some work in order to wrap up a huge project like WordPress is.

Just like hundreds and hundreds of people have helped in the development of the platform, there are maybe even more folks who worked on its translation. That’s why WordPress is available in practically every language imaginable (and some you couldn’t even think of).

As it evolves, there is a constant need for translators who will bring up the CMS and its extensions to a broader audience.

Translate UnderConstructionPage and get a free copy of the PRO version

The free version of UnderConstructionPage is available for everyone. There are currently more than 100,000 active users, and the plugin is reaching a milestone of one million downloads! We are happy to see those numbers, and even happier when users leave positive comments and review the plugin.

But we would like to make the plugin even better; that’s why we’re constantly working on new updates. And now you have a chance of helping us out.

Translating UnderConstructionPage for WordPress

For now, the plugin is available only in three languages. So, unless you speak English, Croatian, and Russian, you might have a hard time understanding all the options and features.

Because of that, there are millions of other users who are not able to use UnderConstructionPage just because they can’t understand it. And we would like to bring the plugin to non-English speakers as well.

This is where we ask you for help – translate the Stable and Stable Readme parts of the plugin to your language and let users get a hand on it more easily. In return, we will give you a free copy of UnderConstructionPage PRO!

How to translate UnderConstructionPage?

If you are interested in the idea of translating the plugin but don’t have a clue how to start, don’t worry. Recently, WordPress official pages have been updated with an amazing translation system that allows everyone to suggest new translations. We have made sure that all strings are available for translating, so your job is quite simple:

  1. Log in to your WordPress account (it’s free and you can register for new one at any time)
  2. Go to UnderConstructionPage translation page
  3. Find your language on the list
  4. Select which part to translate: Stable and Stable readme
  5. Click on the percentage in the column you want to translate
  6. Select a string and enter your translation

Under Construction Page WordPress plugin translation

We want you to translate Stable and Stable readme strings.

As soon as you suggest a new translation for a string, it will be marked yellow. That means that the string is waiting for a translation editor to check it and approve if it’s good. Translate one string at a time, and as soon as you have suggested all of the strings, your job is done!

What to look out for

When translating strings, you should take care of language dictionaries. Every language has its own dictionary, and a set of words you should take care of.

So, when you edit a string, some words will be underlined. You should put your mouse cursor over the word to see how it should be translated. If you ignore this suggestion, the translation will be declined by the editor, so you should be careful about the rules.

If you are interested in more details about translating WordPress plugins, please see the official Translator’s Handbook.

How to get the free copy of UnderConstructionPage PRO?

Once you are done translating Stable and Stable readme parts of UnderConstructionPage to your language, please contact us via email. After we check your translation suggestions, we will send you a free copy of UnderConstructionPage PRO. Easy as that!

If you have any questions about translating the plugin, please feel free to leave a comment or contact us via email. We’d be happy to help you work with the translation system and bring up the plugin to more people for free!

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Published on January 10, 2018 by Ivan; modified on February 7, 2018. Filed under: , .

Ivan still remembers creating his first website during a summer while he was in elementary school. Since then, web development became his passion, and now he loves to work and write about WordPress. He also enjoys sports and really loves chocolate.

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