Version 4 is now available with massive improvements! Learn more
Skip to content
Home / Tutorials / How to translate EventPrime to your Language?

How to translate EventPrime to your Language?

If you are looking to translate the EventPrime plugin to your language or seeking quick help on how to translate WordPress plugins into your local language, then follow this simple guide.

One of the most commonly used ways to translate WordPress plugins into local languages is through Including this, the two ways to translate WordPress plugins into your local language are:

  • Translating WordPress plugins on (Easiest Method)
  • Translating WordPress plugins on your own website using Loco Translate

We recommend the first way, that is, translate Eventprime on We will cover this method in this article.

How to translate EventPrime on

This process is to translate EventPrime to your own language, however, you can use the same process to translate any WordPress plugin or theme to your language.

Step 1: Login to your WordPress account and search for EventPrime or click this link to open the EventPrime page directly on

WordPress Login- how to Translate wordpress plugins

Step 2: On the EventPrime page, scroll down and click Development

Step 3: Furter, on the Development page, scroll down and click on Translate “EventPrime – Modern Events Calendar, Bookings and Tickets” into your language.

Step 4: On the next page you will find a list of languages in which you can translate EventPrime into.

Step 5: Search the language in which you want to translate the plugin and click on it.

Step 6: Further, on the next page you can double-click and add your translations in the Translation column.

Add translations

Step 7: After adding the translations, click Suggest to save your translations.

How to translate wordpress plugins

Step 8: You can track your translation status and export the translation file by scrolling down to the bottom.

Export translation file

Step 9: Once you are done translating and your translation status changes to ‘Waiting’.

Approve Your Translated Strings

Translated texts are approved by local WordPress team of volunteers, and not by plugin author. You will have to request one of Translation Editors (PTE) to approve your translation. You can find the PTE assigned to the project on right side bar (scroll down a bit), as an example on this page.

If no Translation Editor (PTE) is assigned, you can request to become a Translation Editor (PTE) for our plugin here:

Making a PTE Request Template

PTE Request (Link provided for information only, you just need above link “Making a PTE Request Template” to complete the request)

Please make sure you are requesting to become a language editor (PTE) for your language only, otherwise your request will not be approved. You can tag us @metagauss in your request just like the user did here so that local language team knows that we are aware of your request. Volunteers will approve your request on first come first basis.

Once your request is approved, you can approve your translated texts yourself. You will be also able to approve any future translation requests from other users.

Get EventPrime Premium for Free

Conditions to qualify for reward:

  • Stable (latest release) and Stable Read Me (latest release) progress is less than 79% before you started the translation work
  • Stable (latest release) and Stable Read Me (latest release) progress is above 85% once your finish the translation work
  • EventPrime appears to be translated to locale language

Once above conditions are met we will offer you EventPrime Professional (1 site)  for free.  If you will help us in translating the EventPrime extensions, we will offer you  EventPrime Business (1 site) completely free as well!

Note that we cannot accept the translation files on the email system. You need to upload the files directly to so the translations are available through your account. (check above process).

You can claim your reward by contacting us on our support portal. Please provide the locale link in your message for quick approval).

2 thoughts on “How to translate EventPrime to your Language?”

  1. Hi Eventprime Team, I would like to use the plugin in the Webpage of a Music Band. We are in Germany and the only issue right now is that the date is displayed in english for example “02 May UNTIL 02 MAY”
    also the Weekdays are in english.How can I modify this?
    I would like to change this before the page will be released.
    Best regards

    1. Thank you for bringing this issue to our attention.

      We appreciate your feedback, and we want to assure you that we are committed to resolving this issue in our upcoming releases.

      Your input is valuable to us, and we look forward to delivering an improved experience in the future.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *