Not only do we want Divi to be a theme that allows someone to build anything, we want Divi to be a theme that allows anyone to be build anything. WordPress is a global platform that seeks to democratize publishing around the world, and Divi shares those aspirations. That’s why we have spent the last couple months professionally translating Divi into 32 languages. This was no easy task. Not only did we translate the front-end elements, we expanded the theme’s localization to cover the Divi builder interface, including all forms fields and descriptions. Divi 2.3 is now a theme that can not only be viewed by anyone, but used by anyone as well! 272,384 Words Translated Last year at WordCamp SF, Matt Mullenweg stressed the importance of language support. This was reiterated in WordPress 4.1, which made an effort to improve the language selection process both during installation and within the WordPress Dashboard. But what good is a WordPress installation that supports the languages of the world when your theme and its interface do not? Keeping this in mind, we tried to tackle as many of the most widely-used languages as we could. During this process a total of 272,384 words were translated,
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