Collaborate with the translation of WordPress into Spanish

As we just announced in the official WordPress blog Spain as of now, if you have any questions or suggestions about the WordPress translation into Spanish from Spain you do not have more than going to the official forum where we have opened a new support line.

The team leading the translation is-ES we have decided to change the work system (previously focused on a Google group) and open a thread to this effect in the official WordPress forums in Spanish .

The idea is that the questions and discussions about what terms are used and how to focus some translations are the forum, so that they can be incorporated if there is enough consensus from the translation team.

Our first task will be to get a second (expanded) version of the existing translation guide . We need your participation to improve it and to be useful to translators.

Random warning messages in the WordPress editor • WordPress Help

This is an issue that I usually deal with, but it is that there is more and more WordPress collaborative or used as an online writing for digital newspapers company blogs and things like that. And is that WordPress is increasingly used for professional purposes.

I mean customize the WordPress editor for, as this case, offer notices to editors about elements to take into account before publishing and things like that.

What I propose is a code with which define a series of messages, changing so that they are not always the same, both for the editor of entries as for the editor of pages, different for each editor because its function is different. In the code, of course, what you have to change if or if the messages are, replacing the ones that I give you as an example.

Once the code has been configured to your liking, you just have to add it to your function plugin or file functions.php of your active theme and save the changes so that, the next time your editors access the editor, see these information or warning messages, whichever you prefer.

The code would look something like this:

NOTICE : this Publication is from two years ago or more. If it's a code or a plugin it might not work in the latest versions of WordPress, and if it's a news story it might be obsolete. Then do not say we have not warned you.

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Tell your readers that they are seeing an old post • WordPress Help

When you have a blog in which you deal with matters in which the date of the information is important, it is relevant to notify your readers when you are reading an old entry do not you think?

For example, right here, in WordPress Help if you come from search engines to learn how to install WordPress, if you get to an entry that explains as it was done with version 1.5 you will find that it does not look much like how WordPress is currently installed, and it is just an example.

Well, there is nothing simpler than adding some kind of warning so that the reader knows in what way date each article was published, and that many subjects have it, but do not you think it would be better to have some kind of notice about articles from quite some time ago? .

That's just what it offers Old post not tification a plugin that allows to display a personalized notice about the age of certain entries really very useful.

It also has very interesting features. For example, in the settings page there is a default message, but if you want to customize it you also have a new widget in the editor with which customize the message for each particular entry it is tedious but if you need it there you have it, even to add a link – for example – to a more up-to-date entry, how do you see the utility?

But the best thing is that too you can tune it to the limit applying certain adaptations:

To show the warning anywhere in the subject add this code …

You can also apply your own CSS style, for that you must first remove the default styles like this:

And, finally, you can create a new type of entry, to which to assign the announcements, say, "Article", you would do it adding this to file functions.php :