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You can help translate the interface of Unbound Bible into your language!

Read the instructions below to find out how to do the translation.

If your language is not in the list, use the Contact Form and ask us to open up translation for your language.

When you are finished translating the site into your language, let us know, and we will add it to the language links at the top of the page.

(Note: You cannot use this tool to translate the Bible into your language. For more information about Bible translation, try contacting Wycliffe Bible Translators or United Bible Societies.)

Instructions
Step 1: At the top of this page, click the "[Translate]" link next to the language you want to translate.

Step 2: Choose an option from the list, and click the "View" button.

Step 3: Choose an item to translate by clicking one of the links on the left.

Step 4: Enter your translation, and click the "Update" button.

Step 5: Make the translation live by clicking the "[Update]" link next to your language.

Step 6: View the changes you have made by clicking the "[View]" link. Then look at the pages you have changed.

The [View] links set your default language, so you can view the Unbound Bible site in that language.

The [Update] links will update the Unbound Bible to use the newest translation that has been entered.

The [Translate] links are available for some languages for anonymous translation. Translations that have been assigned to an individual will not have a [Translate] link. The individual is assigned an account and must log in in order to translate.

Replacement Text:
If you see text like:
@~0@
@~1@
@~2@
and so on in the English translation, you should include these in your translation as well. They stand for HTML code that will be inserted when the translation is displayed. This way you don't have to be confused by lots of HTML.



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