Languages in Pulse admin

Pulse CMS comes with 12 languages built-in: 

  • English
  • Japanese
  • German 
  • Czech
  • Hungarian
  • Polish
  • Romanian
  • Slovak
  • Dutch
  • Spanish
  • Brazilian Portuguese
  • Russian

Adding more or amending to your own language preference is easy to do. Inside the 'admin/inc/lang' folder is where the english.php, japanese.php and deutsch.php etc files reside. 

Below is a small sample of what a language file looks like:

//Global

$lang_cancel = "Cancel";
$lang_help = "Help";
$lang_save = "Save";
$lang_rename_btn = "Rename";

// Login

$lang_login_incorrect = "Your Password is Incorrect!";
$lang_login_password = "Password";
$lang_login_button = "Login";
$lang_nav_logout = "Logout";
...

To edit the language file, just edit the corresponding language file (e.g. english.php) edit the strings into your language preferences, such as Email thank you message and other commands. This means you can also refine the current language commands to improve things for your particular client also.

Download more language files, or contribute

Download the language files below from the  GitHub repos. Or add your amends to improve the current translations.

And likewise, please submit your own language and we'll include this in the next build so you can benefit from Pulse in your own language!

To contribute...

If you wish to contribute by adding a new translation or amend any of those below, please contribute via the  GitHub repos or contact us at: help@pulsecms.com.

Multilingual sites in Pulse

Also it should be noted clients can use any language in the content-editing frontend of the site, as well as having the backend appear in any language also. 

If you are wanting to display more than one language on the front end site (for multilingual websites, with a language selector dropdown for example), we recommend the Localizer Tag:

{{localizer:block}}

Use links like 

<a href="?locale=de">Deutsch</a>

to change the language and label Blocks as "blockname-ja", "blockname-en", "blockname-de" - depending on the language code.

There is also a {{sb_localizer}} tag which works like {{sb_blocks}}

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