WordPress Translation Strings

New Chart – WordPress Translation Strings

Rami Yushuvaev 0 Comments

Introducing the WordPress Translation Strings chart. The chart displays the total number of translation strings for each WordPress version.

Source

The chart is based on the PO/MO files comes with WordPress and sums the total number of all the translation strings.

Insights

Only in three WordPress versions we see a decrease in the total number of translation strings.

WordPress 4.5 had the highest decrease on translation strings. The reason was the removal of Default Themes translation strings from WordPress install. But when delving into the numbers we see that if we neutralized Default Themes translation strings this version had more translation strings comparing to the previous version.

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Rami Yushuvaev

I'm an entrepreneur, a web developer and a blogger. I’ve contributed code to each and every WordPress release since version 2.8. I am the Hebrew GTE since WordPress 3.3, responsible for the translation and the release of WordPress Hebrew version. And a core contributor for WordPress 4.4, 4.6, 4.7, 5.2, 5.3, 5.4 and 5.5. I am also the founder of GenerateWP.com and several other WordPress related projects. I work mainly with Israeli startups, providing development services.

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