How are you doing Nitro shop owners?
Hopefully, you are still keeping up with the theme and receiving new updates every week. Your feedback and suggestion are helping Nitro WooCommerce theme become better and better each day. Thank you so much! Today, we would like to announce a campaign that you and the local community will love: NITRO IS GOING MULTILINGUAL! We are starting Nitro theme translation, and you can be a part of it too!
Do you know that non-English versions of WordPress had passed English version the first time in 2014? Ever since then, internationalization has been a big focus of WordPress. In hisWordPress 2016 recap, founder Matt Mullenweg emphasized its massive growth in language options. As a matter of fact, from 5,000 in 2015, WordPress translation contributors number has gone up to 17,000 as of November 2016.
Our Nitro team understand the importance of having the theme in different languages. Therefore, we are calling support from you guys for Nitro theme translation! Imagine how you and the native community can benefit from the translation files. Shop owners will be able to fully utilize the functionalities of Nitro. Customers will have a greater time shopping in a store 100% their language. Furthermore, we credit each translation with the proper translator. You can contact them for feedback of the language files or you just want to expand your network. The possibility is limitless!
With each language contribution, we will include the translator (upon request) on our Credits page. As a way of saying thank you, we will also offer an extra 6-month support from our lightning-fast support team. And how to translate Nitro? There is hardly anything easier. We’d recommend some amazing plugins that will do almost all the work for you in this article.
Let’s stay up-to-date with our blog for more exciting information on Nitro theme translation. Or contact me – Ha – at hi[@]woorockets[dot]com today to participate. Your languageand maybe even your translationwill be shared with the Nitro community very soon. Who knows! After all, sharing is caring, right 😉