Theme Translation

Our themes are translation ready. Make sure that your WordPress is already in your language. If not, go to Dashboard → Settings → General and change the Site language.

Please Note: You have to translate the theme, Eagle Booking and Eagle Core plugins in order to fully translate your site.

Step 1. Install & activate the WPML plugin.

Step 2. Navigate WPML String Translation

Step 3. Translate the theme/plugin in your language.

Step 4. Click the “Save” button.


Using Loco Translate

Step 1. Install & activate the Loco Translate plugin.

Step 2. Navigate Loco Translate → Themes Zante or Himara (or Loco Translate Plugins Eagle Booking / Eagle Core)

Step 3. Click on “New language

Step 4. Choose your language.

Please Note: We recommend saving translation files in the directory wp-content/loco/languages/themes/ or wp-content/loco/languages/plugins/ . This way translations are kept when you update the theme/plugins.

Step 5. Click the “Start Translating” button.

Step 6. Translate the theme/plugin in your language.

Step 7. Click the “Save” button.

Loco Translate

Using PoEdit (For Advanced Users)

Step 1. Download PoEdit and run it.

Step 2. Click “Create new translation

Step 3. Navigate to wp-content/themes/zante or himara/languages/ or wp-content/plugins/eagle-booking/languages/ or wp-content/plugins/eagle-core/languages/

Step 4. Select the default .pot file.

Step 5. Translate the theme/plugin in your language.

Step 6. Save the files as de_DE.po and for the theme and as eagle-booking-de_DE.po and for the Egle Booking plugin or eagle-core-de_DE.po and for the Egle Core plugin into wp-content/loco/languages/themes/ or wp-content/loco/languages/plugins/ directory.

Please Note: German (de_DE) language is just an example. You can find a complete list of locale codes here.


Please Note: Polylang (the free version) does not support string translation, that’s why it’s not listed here. You can use Polylang only to build a multilingual content like pages, rooms etc. and Loco Translate to translate the default strings of the theme/plugins.

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