Multiples language is one of default features in Magento 2 and so does our extensions include it. Languages can be translated both in backend and frontend. In this guide, we will show you how to translate One Step Checkout extension from Mageplaza to your languages such as French, German ...

Let's take an example of translate to French.

To go

1.1 Select a language
You will see a list of flags, let's select French flag
Select a language translate Mageplaza extensions to other languages

1.2 Select csv file of an extension
Then you will see a list of csv files, and let's click on Osc > i18n > en_US.csv
Select csv file of an extension to translate Mageplaza extensions to other languages

1.3 Sign in Crowing account
You may be asked for signing in. If you don't have Crowdin account, you can sign in with Facebook, Github, Google or Twitter account.
Sign in Crowing account to translate Mageplaza extensions to other languages

After logging, you will see this translation tool.
TRANSLATION Mageplaza extensions to other languages
- 1. Needs translation: all words need to be translated into another language.
- 2. Translated string: translate the translation source to your language.
- 3. Suggestions: Machine Translation Suggestions displays a translated string.
- 4. Save: Save the translated string and show next string in the list
- 5. Comments from other people: This zone for discussion of current needs translation string.

1. Download translated file
Now time for downloading your works.
Go to Mageplaza page > French flag > Magento 2 > Osc > i18n > en_US.csv
Open Options menu > Click on Download button and get en_US.csv file.
Download translated file

2. Change csv file name
Changing en_US.csv into your language code, in this guide, we change to fr_FR.csv.
Looking up for a language code here

3. Upload csv to server
Upload fr_FR.csv into app/code/Mageplaza/Osc/i18n

Note: Osc is the extension name. It can be: Blog, Seo, Affiliate, LayeredNavigation, SocialLogin ...


Now clean Magento 2 Cache and check result
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