Skip to toolbar

WordPress.org

New to Translating WordPress? Read through our Translator Handbook to get started. Hide

Translation of Stable Readme (latest release): Moroccan Arabic

Filter ↓ Sort ↓ All (58) Translated (0) Untranslated (58) Waiting (0) Fuzzy (0) Warnings (0)
1 2 3 4
Prio Original string Translation
The Plugin Auditor plugin records details of who installed and activated each plugin on your website and why. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

Original untranslated

The Plugin Auditor plugin records details of who installed and activated each plugin on your website and why.
Comment

Short description.

You have to log in to edit this translation.

Meta

Status:
untranslated
Priority of the original:
high
Plugin Auditor You have to log in to add a translation. Details

Original untranslated

Plugin Auditor
Comment

Name.

You have to log in to edit this translation.

Meta

Status:
untranslated
Priority of the original:
high
<p>If is a multisite installation, you will find all the sites and the plugin within it</p> You have to log in to add a translation. Details

Original untranslated

<p>If is a multisite installation, you will find all the sites and the plugin within it</p>
Comment

Screenshot description.

You have to log in to edit this translation.

Meta

Status:
untranslated
Priority of the original:
normal
<p>A screenshot of the main table, showing all the content about the plugin</p> You have to log in to add a translation. Details

Original untranslated

<p>A screenshot of the main table, showing all the content about the plugin</p>
Comment

Screenshot description.

You have to log in to edit this translation.

Meta

Status:
untranslated
Priority of the original:
normal
<p>The note field, where you will add your comment saying why did you add a plugin</p> You have to log in to add a translation. Details

Original untranslated

<p>The note field, where you will add your comment saying why did you add a plugin</p>
Comment

Screenshot description.

You have to log in to edit this translation.

Meta

Status:
untranslated
Priority of the original:
normal
The Plugin Auditor has no way of knowing who installed existing plugins or when they were installed. It will therefore assign them to the person who installed the plugin and display. If you know this information, you should manually leave a comment for future reference. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

Original untranslated

The Plugin Auditor has no way of knowing who installed existing plugins or when they were installed. It will therefore assign them to the person who installed the plugin and display. If you know this information, you should manually leave a comment for future reference.
Comment

Found in faq paragraph.

You have to log in to edit this translation.

Meta

Status:
untranslated
Priority of the original:
normal
Yes, we have added basic multisite compatibility. On a mutlisite network, the Plugin Auditor notifications and audit table will only appear under the Network admin area, but will track activity throughout the network. In future, we hope to add more comprehensive multisite functionality. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

Original untranslated

Yes, we have added basic multisite compatibility. On a mutlisite network, the Plugin Auditor notifications and audit table will only appear under the Network admin area, but will track activity throughout the network. In future, we hope to add more comprehensive multisite functionality.
Comment

Found in faq paragraph.

You have to log in to edit this translation.

Meta

Status:
untranslated
Priority of the original:
normal
Yes, it should work fine with all themes. If you find a problem, let us know. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

Original untranslated

Yes, it should work fine with all themes. If you find a problem, let us know.
Comment

Found in faq paragraph.

You have to log in to edit this translation.

Meta

Status:
untranslated
Priority of the original:
normal
What happens if I install this plugin after other plugins? You have to log in to add a translation. Details

Original untranslated

What happens if I install this plugin after other plugins?
Comment

Found in faq header.

You have to log in to edit this translation.

Meta

Status:
untranslated
Priority of the original:
normal
Does it work on multisite installations? You have to log in to add a translation. Details

Original untranslated

Does it work on multisite installations?
Comment

Found in faq header.

You have to log in to edit this translation.

Meta

Status:
untranslated
Priority of the original:
normal
Will it work with all themes? You have to log in to add a translation. Details

Original untranslated

Will it work with all themes?
Comment

Found in faq header.

You have to log in to edit this translation.

Meta

Status:
untranslated
Priority of the original:
normal
The Plugin Auditor plugin is really plug and play. Just upload the plugin and activate. 1. Upload <code>plugin-audit.php</code> to the <code>/wp-content/plugins/</code> directory 2. Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress To view the logs of plugin activity on your site, simply go to Plugins &gt; Plugin Auditor. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

Original untranslated

The Plugin Auditor plugin is really plug and play. Just upload the plugin and activate. 1. Upload <code>plugin-audit.php</code> to the <code>/wp-content/plugins/</code> directory 2. Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress To view the logs of plugin activity on your site, simply go to Plugins &gt; Plugin Auditor.
Comment

Found in installation paragraph.

You have to log in to edit this translation.

Meta

Status:
untranslated
Priority of the original:
normal
Plugin Auditor can be installed at any time but to get the most benefit from it, it should be installed as the first plugin that you install on any WordPress site that you manage. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

Original untranslated

Plugin Auditor can be installed at any time but to get the most benefit from it, it should be installed as the first plugin that you install on any WordPress site that you manage.
Comment

Found in description paragraph.

You have to log in to edit this translation.

Meta

Status:
untranslated
Priority of the original:
normal
The Plugin Auditor tells you why each plugin was installed and also keeps a record of who installed it so that you know who to ask if you have any questions when performing maintenance on the site. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

Original untranslated

The Plugin Auditor tells you why each plugin was installed and also keeps a record of who installed it so that you know who to ask if you have any questions when performing maintenance on the site.
Comment

Found in description paragraph.

You have to log in to edit this translation.

Meta

Status:
untranslated
Priority of the original:
normal
You don't want to delete an old plugin without being 100% sure why it was installed and therefore know if it is still needed. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

Original untranslated

You don't want to delete an old plugin without being 100% sure why it was installed and therefore know if it is still needed.
Comment

Found in description paragraph.

You have to log in to edit this translation.

Meta

Status:
untranslated
Priority of the original:
normal
1 2 3 4
Legend:
Current
Waiting
Rejected
Fuzzy
Old
With warnings

Export as