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      CommentAuthoriraqb
    • CommentTimeJun 28th 2010
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    Hello
    can i translataon flatpress to arabic ?

    please
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      CommentAuthorNoWhereMan
    • CommentTimeJun 28th 2010
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    are you asking if you can translate FP into arabic? of course! :)
    see the guidelines
    and post it on the wiki when you're done!
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      CommentAuthorStanley
    • CommentTimeJun 28th 2010
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    Will it display the text RTL? Just curious. Just been playing around with

    <bdo dir=”rtl”>moc.elpmaxe@nimda</bdo>

    which is why I asked
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      CommentAuthorNoWhereMan
    • CommentTimeJun 28th 2010 edited
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    it won't by default, you'll have to edit the theme, the css or spit out an UTF RTL mark
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      CommentAuthoriraqb
    • CommentTimeJun 28th 2010
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    Posted By: NoWhereManare you asking if youcantranslate FP into arabic? of course! :)
    see the guidelines
    andpost it on the wikiwhen you're done!


    ok i will start work about translate flatpress now

    and i want make arabic support forum and blog to help user
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      CommentAuthoriraqb
    • CommentTimeJun 28th 2010
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    Posted By: StanleyWill it display the text RTL? Just curious. Just been playing around with

    <bdo dir=”rtl”>moc.elpmaxe@nimda</bdo>

    which is why I asked


    stan i did not understand what you need ?
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      CommentAuthorStanley
    • CommentTimeJun 28th 2010
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    Posted By: iraqbstan i did not understand what you need ?


    Sorry, nothing. I was just interested how you were going to get the text to show right to left. I was playing around with the HTML "BDO" tag as you posted your question, I thought it might help you somehow with doing that.
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      CommentAuthoriraqb
    • CommentTimeJun 29th 2010
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    Honestly
    At This moment I do not know how :(
    But after Completion of translation'm going to working on it :)

    if you know how please tell me or email me
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      CommentAuthorStanley
    • CommentTimeJun 29th 2010
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    The only time I've done anything like that was when, as in the HTML code above, I was trying to disguise an e-mail address on a web page by writing it backwards. I just found that HTML tag - previously I'd done it using CSS, something like this:

    <span class="codedirection">moc.elpmaxe@nimda</span>

    Which displays as moc.elpmaxe@nimda <-- but if you (or a robot) copy and paste that you just get moc.elpmaxe@nimda. The CSS to get that to display the wrong way round is:

    span.codedirection { unicode-bidi:bidi-override; direction: rtl; }

    That ^^ CSS code may be useful when you're editing your theme, but NWM's link to the RTL Mark is also worth reading.

    There was an old thread here showing a Hebrew version of FP. The links to the actual site are now dead and the user doesn't seem to still be around, but there's still a couple of little bits of information in the thread which might help you some more.

    Good luck.
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      CommentAuthorNoWhereMan
    • CommentTimeJun 29th 2010 edited
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    well, there are many ways to accomplish RTL; you can either provide with a customized leggero, just adding to the CSS:
    body { unicode-bidi:bidi-override; direction: rtl; }

    (isn't direction enough, btw?)

    or maybe

    html { unicode-bidi:bidi-override; direction: rtl; }

    might work too

    also, since lang files are essentially PHP files a solution (hack) might be adding in lang.default.php (which should be ALWAYS be read by the system IIRC)


    function _lang_force_rtl() {
    // you can try with "body" if "html" does not work
    echo '<style type="text/css">html {unicode-bidi: bidi-override; direction: rtl;}</style>';
    }

    add_action('wp_head', '_lang_force_rtl');



    this way you are injecting into the theme the RTL directive; be aware that themes might contain bits of English language which would then read backwards.

    I know, RTL is something western programmers tend to leave out :/
    the guy of the hebrew translation rewrote a theme as well IIRC
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      CommentAuthoriraqb
    • CommentTimeJun 29th 2010
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    Posted By: StanleyThe only time I've done anything like that was when, as in the HTML code above, I was trying to disguise an e-mail address on a web page by writing it backwards. I just found that HTML tag - previously I'd done it using CSS, something like this:

    <span class="codedirection">moc.elpmaxe@nimda</span>

    Which displays asmoc.elpmaxe@nimda<-- but if you (or a robot) copy and paste that you just get moc.elpmaxe@nimda. The CSS to get that to display the wrong way round is:

    span.codedirection { unicode-bidi:bidi-override; direction: rtl; }

    That ^^ CSS code may be useful when you're editing your theme, but NWM's link to theRTL Markis also worth reading.

    There wasan old threadhere showing a Hebrew version of FP. The links to the actual site are now dead and the user doesn't seem to still be around, but there's still a couple of little bits of information in the thread which might help you some more.

    Good luck.


    now i working on it

    it loke easy :)
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      CommentAuthoriraqb
    • CommentTimeJun 29th 2010
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    Posted By: NoWhereManwell, there are many ways to accomplish RTL; you can either provide with a customized leggero, just adding to the CSS:
    body { unicode-bidi:bidi-override; direction: rtl; }

    (isn't direction enough, btw?)

    or maybe

    html { unicode-bidi:bidi-override; direction: rtl; }

    might work too

    also, since lang files are essentially PHP files a solution (hack) might be adding in lang.default.php (which should be ALWAYS be read by the system IIRC)


    function _lang_force_rtl() {
    // you can try with "body" if "html" does not work
    echo '<style type="text/css">html {unicode-bidi: bidi-override; direction: rtl;}</style>';
    }

    add_action('wp_head', '_lang_force_rtl');



    this way you are injecting into the theme the RTL directive; be aware that themes might contain bits of English language which would then read backwards.

    I know, RTL is something western programmers tend to leave out :/
    the guy of the hebrew translation rewrote a theme as well IIRC
    \

    like you say there is many whas

    i will see the arabic wordpress theam too to see how

    thanks any why man

    could you give me youe email ? and you stan
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      CommentAuthorNoWhereMan
    • CommentTimeJun 29th 2010
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    sorry, I don't like to be contact in private unless it is very important, just post here ;)