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Arabic Version of Contact Coldform Released

Announcing an improved, Arabic version of my latest WordPress plugin, Contact Coldform. The new version features complete UTF-8 compatibility and has been completely translated to the Arabic language. Here is a detailed breakdown of changes made for the Arabic version:

  • Completely translated to Arabic
  • Encoded in UTF-8 without BOM
  • Emails now sent in HTML format
  • Added line breaks in HTML format
  • Right-to-left text presentation
  • Customized layout for Arabic
  • Full UTF-8 support

Of course, none of this would have been possible without the generous help of:

  • Rasheed, for translating the plugin to Arabic
  • Mustafa Saadi, for doing everything else ;)

For more information, check out the original thread at ar-wp.com. There you may obtain more information and also download the Arabic version of Contact Coldform. You may also download the Arabic version via the Contact Coldform homepage.

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24 responses to “Arabic Version of Contact Coldform Released”

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    Hello Jeff,

    I have to say it is going to be the most popular contact form plugin through arabic blogs.

    Do you think to localize it ?

    Adding some more features like (contact reason from the dropdown menu) ?

    Thanks

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    Yes I will do my best to localize the plugin for the next release. The response so far has been incredible. Thanks to some great input, there are quite a few improvements (including the drop-down menu you suggest) that will be implemented for the next release. The trick, of course, is finding time for the work. Hopefully soon.. ;)

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    Omar Al-Dolaimy 2008/03/16 10:18 am

    Thanks allot ;)
    it’s perfect.

    I used to translate my plug-ins myself but now I’ve got it done by some one else :D

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    Perishable 2008/03/16 4:03 pm

    Absolutely! Shouts out to Rasheed for translating the plugin to Arabic! :D

  5. Rasikh Kashmiri 2008/03/18 7:54 am

    Thanks for every one who worked on it.

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    Hey thanks. I’m still waiting for an expected update release. A simple recoding and few features added would make this plugin hit the tops.

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    Jeff Starr 2008/10/01 6:02 pm

    Yes, working on it.. Now that I have finished with my redesign, I should be able to find some time here soon. Keep in mind that WordPress plugin development is something I do freely in order to help the community. Unfortunately, feeding the family is generally a priority when it comes to setting the schedule.. ;) Nonetheless, I do enjoy it immensely and will do my best to update my plugins soon..

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    It is really professional form, I use it in my blog ..
    Thanks :)

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    Hello Jef,

    After upgrading to 2.8.1 I can’t open the contact coldform options page:

    “You do not have sufficient permissions to access this page.”

    I see this error in multiply blogs.

    Thanks.

  10. marble popper 2009/07/17 11:09 am

    I have the same problem as Rasheed. How to solve it?

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    Hi guys, thanks for alerting me to this. There have been some changes in WordPress 2.8.1 that seem to be causing the issue. I will be updating the plugin early next week after returning to the office. Will post again here when it’s available.

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    Thanks Jeff.

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