Makes Flarum a truly multi-lingual forum platform
Localizd is a Flarum extension making Flarum a truly multi-lingual forum platform.
Localizd enables (virtually) limitless possibilities to translate anything in flarum that is normally not translatable 💪 !
For example this makes it easy to translate the names of tags into all the different languages of your forum.
A full list of all the fields that can be translated with Localizd can be found in a dedicated section at the end of this document.
📥 Installation & 💳 Pricing
This is a premium extension and requires an active subscription via Extiverse.
We currently offer a single plan of $250/y
After the configuration has been done, you can install Localizd as you would install any other package from Packagist:
# Install composer require glowingblue/localizd:"*" # Update composer require glowingblue/localizd:"*"
Localizd requires the following:
- PHP 7.4 or PHP 8.x
fof/linguistat least version
symfony/yaml- any compatible version
These dependencies will be checked by composer when installing or updating this extension.
As admin, navigate to any settings that you would like to translate and then use the Translate button:
This will open a pop-up where all the translations can be defined for that specific field.
It is required to clear the cache after adding or changing translations!
Note: In some cases, like creating a new tag, you cannot make the translations while creating the content, but only after you saved it. See the screenshots below.
Usage example: translate tags
- Create a new tag
- Edit the tag that has just been created to add translations
- Clear the cache.
📌 List of translatable fields
- Forum title
- Forum description
- Welcome title
- Welcome message
- Custom header
- Custom footer
- Tag name
- Tag description
- Community guidelines URL
- Link title
- Link URL
- Policy name
- Policy URL
- Policy update message
- Content message
- Dismiss button text
- Learn more text
- Learn more button
- Taxonomy name
- Taxonomy description
- Taxonomy Term name
- Taxonomy Term description