Recipe Card Blocks PRO – How to Translate Recipe Card Blocks
The translation of the Recipe Card block will be visible only on the front-end, in the posts. The default version in English will be still visible in the editor, as currently it’s not possible to translate blocks in the Dashboard using Gutenberg.
Loco Translate will offer you more control, so probably it will be easier to translate the plugin using it.
Once you installed the plugin, go to the Loco Translate page in the admin area, and then select Recipe Card Blocks in the list with plugins.
Now click on the New Language link to start configuring the new language:
On the next step you can select the language and the destination where the file with translation will be saved on your website. Make sure to select Custom or System options:
Once you got to the page that displays a list with all the text you can translate, you can start translating the plugin here and when you’re done make sure to save your changes.
If you did everything right and your Site Language matches with the new language in which you translated the plugin, then the Recipe Card block will appear translated in the posts automatically.
If some text in the block is not being translated, make sure that it’s not some text which can be changed from the Settings page of the plugin (Recipe Card menu in admin area).
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