If you work with contributors who are not native in the language your website is set, those users might be more comfortable working in WordPress with their own language.
Note: the setting is not visible if the site language is set to the default en_US
To make it available, you need to set your site’s language to a different language first, so WordPress can pull the language files.
Any of the languages you set in the Settings > General will become available for the users once you set it there.
Here is a quote from the Make-Thread of this feature
“Never mind – found it. On a clean install, the “Language” field will not be displayed. You need to change the admin language for each language you want so WordPress will get the mo files. In a sense, users cannot simply pick a language, it must be one of the languages allowed by the site (so if the admin as only switched between 2 languages, you only get 2 languages).”
Install language packages for your WordPress site
Go to “Settings > General” scroll all the way down the page and use the “Language” drop-down. It shows you a list of installed languages as well as a list of available languages. Select one you need for your users and “Save Changes” –
You can certainly switch back the default language after that. And you find the new languages in the list under “Installed”
Installed languages are available for User Profiles
The installed languages from the “Setting > General” Screens are now available for your users via “Your Profile” screens.
WordPress 4.7 will launch with a brand new theme – Twenty Seventeen. Designed by Mel Choyce (@melchoyce), Twenty Seventeen sports a modern look and will make a good base for any business website or product showcase.
This site runs already Twenty-Seventeen. As you can see it moves away from the blogging metaphor and adopts a business-like style.
Demonstration: Add a video to the header?
First fail as video needs to be very very small:
I tried to upload a 19 second video and it went beyond the allowed upload size:
How to get pages in the ongoing scrolling?
Later on we’ll see how the Customizer works when it’s all enabled for the new theme.
In WordPress 4.7 the customizer gets even easier to use. The experimental feature by Weston Ruter has been merged into WP Core.
When looking at your site through the customizer, you now see blue circles with the edit pens next to the place where you can edit. See below video how this works. I like it what do you think?
The hope is that this feature will take some of the guesswork out of using various themes and how to customize it. Now you just click on the blue circle and the right customizer panel will open up so you can edit it immediately.
WPTavern reports, that although there is a default Theme support available, most theme developers would need to specifically enable the various methods for their theme. If you are a theme developer you can read more about it on Jeff Chandler’s post which as the various documentation links for you.
WordPress 4.7 is scheduled to be released on December 6th, 2016.
Let us know in the comment if you’d like to access the beta.wpswfl.org to test it yourself.
- Paragraph/Heading now in the top row now, so it’s easier to format subheaders in your blog posts.
- Horizontal line in second row
- Strikethrough in second row.
- Paragraph/Heading now in the top row
- Horizontal line in the 2nd row
- Strikethrough moved to 2nd row
- Underlined removed
- Justified removed
Always good to point out when talking WordPress Toolbar:
- More button – better navigation of Homepage/Category/Archive pages
- Paste as Text – keep your sanity
- Remove formatting – keep your links and your sanity.
In the header you see how it works on supported hosting (here: wpenging.com)
Ciclovia Poster December 2016 – letter size
Why are we not seeing Thumbnails?
WPTavern notes some prerequisites for this to work:
In order to generate the previews, the web hosting server needs to support Imagick, ImageMagick, and Ghostscript. It might very well be that our server is not supporting this. It runs a rather old version of PHP.