English & Turkish words in the themes :(

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  • #962551

    Hi, I’ve been searching and online reviewing all themes to find one completely in Turkish. I couldn’t !:(I mean the words like “tagged, by, posted, …..” are in English. Even some in Turkish, there are always words in English. I cannot use them that way. Why are half English half Turkish? İf no solution, I’ll be removing my blog from wordpess to any other blogger… Thanks Filiz EYUBOGLU. filizeyuboglu.wordpress.com (email redacted) or at gmail.com
    Blog url: http://filizeyuboglu.wordpress.com/

    The blog I need help with is filizeyuboglu.wordpress.com.

    #962658

    timethief
    Member

    Hello there,
    This thread will be moved to the Translations for where you can get help. Please be patient while waiting.

    #962905

    hakanertr
    Member

    There are many translations pending for approval in Turkish section. Can I validate them?

    #962906

    jenia
    Member

    @filizeyuboglu: WordPress.com is translated by volunteers. It means that everyone can contribute, including you! On the flip side, it means that the translation work is ongoing and for languages where translation contributors are not active, you will see a mix of Turkish and English in the interface. Is there a particular WordPress.com theme you would like to use? You could then filter the GlotPress Turkish translation project for the strings used in that theme and suggest translations (for example, this page lists all translations used by the Freshy theme). Let me know if you have any questions, I’ll be glad to help!

    #962907

    jenia
    Member

    @hakanertr: yes, that would be great! I see that you are publishing article about WordPress on your WordPress.com blog, it would be terrific to have an active Turkish translator/validator. I have given you the validator privileges for WordPress.com Turkish, thanks again for your help!

    #962908

    hakanertr
    Member

    Thanks Jenia, I’d be happy to help for translation.

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