4. Open the reendex.pot file in Poedit and start translating. If you think there is some text that won’t require translation or you’re not sure what to translate it to you can just leave them as they are in the original language; you can always come back and translate them later if need be.
5. When done, save the .po file in the same folder as the .pot file (in languages/ folder) and name this file depending on your language or locale. You can find the right naming on this page, just search for your language and then lookup the WordPress Locale column. Example: for German language you would name your file: de_DE.po. The .mo file will be automatically created next to the .po file.
That’s it, your translations should work now.
If you have already translated the theme to any new language, we would be very grateful if you could share the po/mo files with the rest of the community. Just get in contact with us via our Profile Page and we will include it in the next theme update. Thank you very much in advance!
2nd Method: Translate Themes with the Loco Translate Plugin
If you find the above method too complex, you can translate the theme with Loco Translate WordPress plugin.
After you have installed and activated the plugin, simply go to Loco Translate → Manage translationsand translate the theme from your WordPress backend following the plugin instructions.