How to find posts that are missing translation? (wpml)

To whom it may concern: finally I found a way – and it turns out to be rather simple: there is a wpml function or actually a filter that checks whether a post or page has a translation or not: wpml_element_has_translations It returns TRUE if a translation exists and FALSE if there is no translation. …

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multisite same language different translation

If this is just your own personal project with plugins you developed and they plugin won’t be more widely distributed, you could just put subdirectories inside the languages directory that correspond to the site ID and load them conditionally: function myplugin_load_textdomain() { $current_site_id = get_current_blog_id(); load_plugin_textdomain( ‘myplugin’, false, basename( dirname( __FILE__ ) ) . ‘/languages/’ …

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String translation with or without po file

the .po files are just the human readable version of the translation, but it is not actually used by wordpress for anything. What you need is to generate a .mo version (it is the .po file in some binary encoding form) with a tool like poedit.