Since 2.0, the framework has been completely localization ready; including in your site admin. However, there is a quite a bit of text, so we needed a tool to cut the overall translation workload.
This new tool will allow PageLines users and developers to collaborate on translations. We’ve already had some good work done, but we’re going to need some help from the community to build a comprehensive set of language options.
How it works..
First, if you don’t see your language listed in the center, you’ll need to request that it’s added.
Once it’s there, just login to PageLines Translate using your main PageLines account credentials. It’s pretty easy to start adding your translations for the English strings in the core.
Once the translation you want is sufficiently finished, just hit the export button on the bottom and add the .mo file to the PageLines Customize plugin language folder and rename it depending on the locale you have set in wp-config.php es_ES.mo for example (or select po and import it into any localization plugin that accepts .po files).
Once you’ve done that, WordPress should be able to use that file for your localization, and you’re good to go.