About Spanish (es-ES) v.3

Spanish [es_ES] for ProcessWire

Category Language Packs
A full language definition for the ProcessWire admin, used by ProcessWire's Language Support modules.
Release StateBeta
Close to stable, but users are advised to be cautious and test thoroughly.*
Authorbiojazzard
Module Version3.0.40
Class Namepw_spanish
Compatibility3.0
Date AddedNovember 18, 2016
Recommended ByNew recommendations may take up to 1 day to appear.

Instructions

To install a language pack, you must have the ProcessWire Language Support module installed. This is included with ProcessWire, so all you have to do is click to Modules > Language > Language Support > install. Once you have Language Support installed, you can install this language pack by going to Setup > Languages > Add New Language. Enter a title and name for the language and save. Next, you can install the files for the language pack. If your system supports ZIP uploads, you can simply drag the ZIP file for the language pack into the files field. If your system doesn't support ZIP uploads, then you'll want to unzip the language pack and drag the JSON files (as a group, or individually) into the files field. Save. Now you can test out the new language by editing our profile and selecting the new language.

README

pw_spanish: Spanish [es_ES] Language Pack for ProcessWire 3.0.X

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About this translation.

100% Translated.

This translation uses the second person in direct mode: "TU" instead of "USTED", as it is used in Spain.In Latin America the second form is more used, but in Spain is considered too correct and is used to address the authorities.

Translated from scratch by Alfredo Llanos | alfredo@1un.es

17 November 2016

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