Even though I have set that my blog is written in Bulgarian language, a number of "system" texts around the blog are still in English.
"Leave a reply" above my blog posts (I actually want to take this one out, as the same feature is implied by the comment form at the bottom of the page);
"This entry was posted in..." (which looks quite strange in combination with the Cyrillic category names and month inside the date);
“Follow” on the follow button in the low right corner, as well as the text that appears after one hits the button;
“Thank you for following...” after one has entered their e-mail address to follow;
“Please log in using one of these methods...” when one tries to comment without registration;
“Posting comment” on the comment button (just before one hits it, the same button says “Comment” in Bulgarian language);
“(number) thoughts on...” when someone has commented on the page.
There are some more I assume, but these seem to appear more often during the user’s regular communication with the site, and I want to avoid the difference and confusion this creates. Apart from the aesthetic intolerance between Latin and Cyrillic characters, and apart from the confusion (especially when Bulgarian and English words appear in one and the same sentence), some of my readers would not understand English language at all. Yet I still hope to have them making comments on the blog and this would be difficult if they meet key information and instructions in English language.
I will be very thankful if you can suggest a way to fix this. I have already changed a lot of items into my language (for example the “leave a comment” title in the bottom of the pages), but could not find how to change the ones listed above.
Moreover, I happen to have graduated English philology and it will be no problem for me to translate these messages and send over to someone who could replace them in the WordPress system.
Please advise. Thank you.
The blog I need help with is vodalimon.com.