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Translation of Stable Readme (latest release): Gujarati

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Edit this line according to the language you want to use (and is available). For example, for Deutsch spoken in Germany, you must add: <code>('WPLANG', 'de_DE');</code> You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Edit this line according to the language you want to use (and is available). For example, for Deutsch spoken in Germany, you must add: <code>('WPLANG', 'de_DE');</code>
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Open your <code>wp-config.php</code> file in a text editor and search for: <code>define ('WPLANG', '');</code> You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Open your <code>wp-config.php</code> file in a text editor and search for: <code>define ('WPLANG', '');</code>
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I'm an engineer and have to retreat to my cave from time to time. Also, I do this for fun. That means work must come first (unless you want to pay me, then we can talk). Since I work during the week, you may only hear from me during the weekend. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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I'm an engineer and have to retreat to my cave from time to time. Also, I do this for fun. That means work must come first (unless you want to pay me, then we can talk). Since I work during the week, you may only hear from me during the weekend.
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Second, if you're handy with poEdit or something of the like, you can make the changes yourself and email me the .po and .mo files (although I really only need the .po file). You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Second, if you're handy with poEdit or something of the like, you can make the changes yourself and email me the .po and .mo files (although I really only need the .po file).
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There are two ways to fix this. First, you can always contact me via email, blog comment, support forum, etc and let me know about the error. I don't usually issue bug fix updates just for language errors, but it will make it into the next update cycle. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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There are two ways to fix this. First, you can always contact me via email, blog comment, support forum, etc and let me know about the error. I don't usually issue bug fix updates just for language errors, but it will make it into the next update cycle.
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Log into your WordPress Dashboard. Expand the Settings menu, click on Countdown Timer. Scroll down to One Time Events. In the dates field, type the date you want to count down to. Fill in the event title field with what text you want displayed. Click Update Events. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Log into your WordPress Dashboard. Expand the Settings menu, click on Countdown Timer. Scroll down to One Time Events. In the dates field, type the date you want to count down to. Fill in the event title field with what text you want displayed. Click Update Events.
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Using the above example of January 15 to February 20, there would be one month and five days. February 15 to March 20 would also be one month and five days. Why? January 15 to February 15 is one month. February 15 to February 20 is 5 days. Put them together and you get one month and five days. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Using the above example of January 15 to February 20, there would be one month and five days. February 15 to March 20 would also be one month and five days. Why? January 15 to February 15 is one month. February 15 to February 20 is 5 days. Put them together and you get one month and five days.
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I happened to mention my problem to a friend who said that the US military decided that there were 30 days in every month and to prorate the addition day (or less day(s)) for all the months that have more (or less) than 30 days. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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I happened to mention my problem to a friend who said that the US military decided that there were 30 days in every month and to prorate the addition day (or less day(s)) for all the months that have more (or less) than 30 days.
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However, how many months exist between January 15 and February 20? There are 36 days, which is obviously more than the number of days in any given month we have, so the timer should display 1 month and how many days? Six days (30 days/month)? Five days (31 days/month)? Eight days (28 days/month since the date does end in February)? You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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However, how many months exist between January 15 and February 20? There are 36 days, which is obviously more than the number of days in any given month we have, so the timer should display 1 month and how many days? Six days (30 days/month)? Five days (31 days/month)? Eight days (28 days/month since the date does end in February)?
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Well, not quite. As it turns out, determining the number of months between two dates is harder than one might think. As you know, all months don't have the same number of days. Thus, some months have 31 days, others have 30 days, and then there's February. It's pretty trivial to figure out the number of complete months between two days (if complete months exist). You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Well, not quite. As it turns out, determining the number of months between two dates is harder than one might think. As you know, all months don't have the same number of days. Thus, some months have 31 days, others have 30 days, and then there's February. It's pretty trivial to figure out the number of complete months between two days (if complete months exist).
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Your best bet to fix the problem is to modify the <code>footer.php</code> file and put <code>&lt;?php wp_footer(); ?&gt;</code> right before <code>&lt;/html&gt;</code>. Then contact the person you designed the theme and let them know of their coding oversight. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Your best bet to fix the problem is to modify the <code>footer.php</code> file and put <code>&lt;?php wp_footer(); ?&gt;</code> right before <code>&lt;/html&gt;</code>. Then contact the person you designed the theme and let them know of their coding oversight.
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This, unfortunately, is a problem with your theme, and not with Countdown Timer. Themes <em>must</em> call wp_footer(), which is a standard hook for WordPress. Without it, many other plugins may not work properly either. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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This, unfortunately, is a problem with your theme, and not with Countdown Timer. Themes <em>must</em> call wp_footer(), which is a standard hook for WordPress. Without it, many other plugins may not work properly either.
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