[SOLVED] Italian translation for Wonder CMS

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eagleman
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[SOLVED] Italian translation for Wonder CMS

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Hello,
unless someone else has already done the same job, into the attached file you can find the italian translation files for Wonder CMS based on the french files made by RenaudILTIS.
For any visualization problem, let me know. I haven't tested yet.
translation-italian-master.zip
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wiz
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Re: Italian translation for Wonder CMS

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Hello Eagle.

I've checked and made a couple of fixed after testing your translations.
The Italian translation has now been added to the official list of WonderCMS plugins. Next time your WonderCMS checks for updates, you should see "Italian translation" in your plugins in settings.

As a token of appreciation, we would like to add you to our list of contributors located here: https://www.wondercms.com/contributors

Please share your name/last name and website link so we can add it to our official website.

Thank you for making WonderCMS a better place!
eagleman
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Hello, my name is Giacomo Margarito and I have a small blog where I try to share all my translation files. The address is www.giacomomargarito.it.
Unfortunately I'm not so capable to use GitHub. I would like to create a repository for my WonderCms files, but probably I missed something. Can someone explain me all the steps to do it, so next time you'll find them there?
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Re: Italian translation for Wonder CMS

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@eagleman, you have now been added to https://www.wondercms.com/contributors along with your website.

To save your projects for WonderCMS (or any other project), the easiest is:
1. Create GitHub account.
2. Check out this video for easier to use instructions: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hMfi_ONvGEs
- You can check video from 00:00 up to 3:10. Once you have a repository created, you can drag and drop all the files from your computer to the browser.

From there (after you upload your files to repository), you share the link to the repository and anyone can then review your uploaded project.

Think of each repository as a separate project, here's a few examples:
- https://github.com/translation-italian
- https://github.com/translation-french
- https://github.com/robiso/sky

Let me know if this answers your questions.
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