Using the native language is always the ideal way to attract the target market as Estonia. Therefore, in this post, I offer Magento 2 Estonian Language Pack for the setting language on your Magento 2 store. It is easy to convert over 12,000 words and phrases of the frontend and backend into the needed language, namely as Estonian.
Other language packages are available at language packs page
Below are two active buttons which are required operations before installing the language package. Let’s hit them to download and contribute Magento 2 Estonian Language Pack immediately!
Install the Estonian language pack via composer is really easier.
Install Estonian pack:
composer require mageplaza/magento-2-estonian-language-pack:dev-master php bin/magento setup:static-content:deploy et_EE php bin/magento cache:flush
Update Estonian pack:
composer update mageplaza/magento-2-estonian-language-pack:dev-master php bin/magento setup:static-content:deploy et_EE php bin/magento cache:flush
Install the Estonian language pack via command line.
Download the language file to your installation root directory. Now run the following command:
wget https://github.com/mageplaza/magento-2-estonian-language-pack/raw/master/et_EE.csv php bin/magento i18n:pack -m replace et_EE.csv et_EE php bin/magento setup:static-content:deploy et_EE php bin/magento cache:flush
As a result, a directory langpack will be created that contains proper structure of language files for your installation. Copy it over to your Magento installation and the translations should be visible.
Note: additional directory i18n contains strings for which the module could not be found in your installation. This file can be skipped.
Now time to activate the language pack for your Magento 2 store. From Magento 2 admin panel, navigate to
Stores > Configuration > General > Locale Options
Select Estonian (Estonia) and click
It comes to the end of tutorial: Magento 2 Estonian Language Pack.
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