Available Config Files
Language Configuration Files tell WPML how to translate themes and plugins.
WPML looks for a file called wpml-config.xml in the root folder of each plugin or theme. If it finds it, it reads the file and learns what it needs. This information include which custom fields and Admin texts to translate (or sync), which custom types and taxonomy are multilingual and even includes the default formating for the language switcher.
We try to create Language Configuration Files for popular themes and plugins. If you’re using any of these, contact the author and request to add to the theme/plugin. This way, all other users enjoy it too and when the theme/plugin upgrades, that file is not lost.
All the files here are zipped. You need to unzip them and then copy to the plugin/theme root folder.
|Theme / plugin||Language Configuration File||Description||Included in D/L*|
|Joost SEO plugin||wpml-config-joost.zip||Custom fields SEO and admin texts||YES|
|WOO Themes Canvas||wpml-config-woo-canvas.zip||Custom fields SEO, admin texts and switcher style|
|StudioPress Genesis||wpml-config-studiopress-genesis.zip||Custom fields SEO, homepage SEO and switcher style|
|Templatic||wpml-config-templatic.zip||Custom fields and admin texts|
|Viva Egesto||wpml-config-viva-egesto.zip||Switcher style|
|Viva Repousse||wpml-config-viva-repousse.zip||Custom fields and admin texts|
|Atahualpa||wpml-config-atahualpa.zip||Basic SEO, admin texts and switcher style|
* If it’s already included in the download, it means that the plugin/theme author has added it to the distribution and you don’t need to download and add yourself.