Help us Translate Brizy

We need your help and support to translate Brizy in your language and truly make it a global plugin by allowing everyone around the world to use Brizy in their own language.

Brizy is translation ready and can be easily translated by anyone . You only need a WordPress.org account to do it. Here is a short step by step tutorial on how you can contribute and help the global WordPress community use Brizy in their own language: 

Step 1. Go to WordPress.org

Go to WordPress.org on the Brizy plugin page

https://wordpress.org/plugins/brizy/ 

A section like this (see picture below) will appear that indicates Brizy is not translated in your language yet, or is partially translated. 

If that section doesn't appear you can go on the following page and maybe help us double check the translation or record: https://translate.wordpress.org/projects/wp-plugins/brizy 

Click on the (Help translate it in your language link). 

That will redirect you on a page that contains a long list of languages. Most of them are red meaning there are 0% strings translated.

Step 2. Start Contributing

Select the language you want to contribute to. You'll need to be logged in into your WordPress.org account. Create an account if you don't have one.  

Click on Development (trunk) and start translating.

An editor will approve them and all the lines translated will automatically go to Stable (latest release).

Thanks for contributing 

Thanks for your support in helping us make Brizy more accesable to everyone. Let us know if you have more suggestions on how we can do that in the comments below.

Article by Dimi

One of the designers and co-founders of Brizy and ThemeFuse, Dimi is a detail-obsessed freak that has a passion for design, WordPress, and products with great usability. He is always happy to share and connect with others. Drop him a line.