This tool allows you to use the cPanel interface to edit a locale’s collection of translated phrases. Changes made to the various language elements using this tool are dynamically updated on the server. This feature requires a reseller account with all features enabled to function properly; otherwise you are unable to edit all language tags.

How to use locale on cpanel?

(WHM >> Locales >> Edit a Locale)

This feature provides three tools to help you edit locales.

Locale Editor – Live Mode
Locale Editor – Bulk Mode
Non Standard Locale Configuration

Locale Editor – Live Mode

To edit a locale’s collection of translated phrases:

Select a locale from the Locale pull-down menu.
Select a theme from the Theme pull-down menu.
Select a reseller account name from the Reseller pull-down menu.
Click Go. You will be directed to the cPanel interface.
Click on the phrase you wish to edit (in green font). An editor window will pop up.
Edit the phrase in the Value box.
Click Evaluate Expression to check whether the edited phrase can be successfully parsed.
Click Save Changes to confirm changes or cancel to cancel changes.

If you wish to make these changes offline, simply download the locale file using the Locale XML Download screen. Then, after you make the desired changes, upload the file using the Locale XML Upload screen.

Locale Editor -Bulk Mode

To edit a locale’s phrases:

Select a locale from the Locale pull-down menu.
Select a theme from the Theme pull-down menu.
Click Go. You will be directed to a new page.
Click Edit under the phrase you wish to edit.
Edit the value in the text box.
Click Save Changes to confirm changes, or click cancel to cancel changes.

 

Non Standard Locale Configuration

This tool allows you to configure data for a non standard locale.

A non standard locale is a language with no data in the http://cldr.unicode.org/. These locales are named by means of i_ tags. These tags are standard ways to create, identify, and work with non standard locales by prefixing the language name with the letter ‘i’ followed by an underscore.

To configure a non standard locale:

Select a locale from the Locale pull-down menu.
Click Go.
Enter a display name in the Display Name box.
Select the fallback locale, number formatting, and character orientation from the appropriate pull-down menus.
Click Save.

Note: When a non-standard locale’s lexicon does not have a phrase, the system looks it up in the “fallback” locale.

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