In order to be kind to our friends that do not speak the language we have written our plugin in, it is always a good idea to fully localize your WordPress plugin. This means make it "ready for translation". If you are one of those that is blessed with the fluency of more than one language, then you can also translate it, but for the majority of us, localizing will be enough. Making your plugin ready for translation is actually a pretty simple task, but, unfortunately, has very, very little good documentation on how it is done. So I'd like to take you in depth on the topic and actually demonstrate how it is done.

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