Arabic writing problem

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  • #1830713

    bedoaido
    Member

    Sorry for posting two times today but, Here is an important problem I found, When I write English text in the middle of an Arabic text, It should look like this:
    جيد؟ WordPress هل

    but, It appears like this:
    هل WordPress جيد؟

    Is there a solution for this problem?? Websites like facebook doesn’t have such a problem?

    #1830778

    bedoaido
    Member

    If we can even add special characters like in Microsoft Word, It would be GREAT!!

    #1830783

    bedoaido
    Member

    I changed the theme and tried, Everything is perfect, Are you joking?? :)

    #1830908

    rachelmcr
    Staff

    Hi there,

    I’m sorry for the trouble — it sounds like there may be an issue with how that specific theme is displaying the text. Could you let me know what theme you were using when you had trouble with this?

    Also, did you see that issue in the editor when you were writing, or just on the blog itself after you published it?

    That will help me figure out what is going wrong. Thanks for reporting the issue!

    #1830913

    bedoaido
    Member

    I only forgot to change the language, I changed it and everything went great, However, The 2014 theme (which I wanted to use) has a problem is that the aligment of the Primary menu is incorrect.

    However, A have a question, Are themes like Expound and Oxygen have the capability to change “Read more –>”.

    #1830916

    rachelmcr
    Staff

    I’m glad that changing the language fixed that problem for you. :)

    However, The 2014 theme (which I wanted to use) has a problem is that the aligment of the Primary menu is incorrect.

    Can you give me more details about what’s wrong with the menu alignment? I just checked on a test blog in Arabic using the Twenty Fourteen theme and didn’t notice any problems, but I might not be seeing the problem that you had.

    However, A have a question, Are themes like Expound and Oxygen have the capability to change “Read more –>”.

    If you’re using the “More” tag, you can customize what it says by creating a custom read more message.

    If you see something in the theme that isn’t translated, you can also help fix that by contributing to the theme’s translation. We have more about how to get involved in translating WordPress.com here: Translation FAQ

    Please let me know if you have any questions about that. :)

    #1830925

    bedoaido
    Member

    For 2014, The menu items are aligned to Left, It must float to right also, The menu bottom contains the menu symbol of three that is not clearly visible because of the word “Primary Menu”.

    For Oxygen, I will try soon because I already prepared featured images and header for my blog’s launching tomorrow ;)

    #1830929

    rachelmcr
    Staff

    Thanks for those details. In Twenty Fourteen in a left-to-right language like English, the menu items are aligned right. You can see that in the Twenty Fourteen demo. For right-to-left languages like Arabic, the menu items will align left instead.

    If you have any other questions about that, please let me know!

    #1830935

    bedoaido
    Member

    Thanks, I thought it was a problem.

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