Currently, 3 layouts have been developed for WordPress and they are in mature status.
Word Press Users follow the instructions for downloading, installing and using our plugin.
1: Click Here to download the WordPress plugin (Updated 16 July 2009).
2: After extracting the wp-banglakb.zip file you’ll find a folder called banglakb. Upload the banglakb folder to your WordPress’ /wp-content/plugins/ folder. Again double check that you have bangla.plugin.php, phoneticunicode.js, probhatunicode.js & unijoy.js files inside /wp-content/plugins/banglakb folder. Else this plugin won’t work.
3: Log in to your WordPress Control Panel.
4: Go to the Plugins option
You’ll see BanglKB plugin name there (as given on the above image). Click on Activate link under the Action column. When the plugin gets activated the whole row gets Green.
5: Now go to the Users link from the options column.
Under Users option, click on Your Profile and make sure the Use the visual editor when writing option is unchecked.
6: Now go to Write
You can see 3 new buttons in the formatting bar. They are: UniJoy, Phonetic & English
7: Click on UniJoy or Phonetic to activate the layout.
You can type Bangla with the activated layout in both title box and article window.
8: Again click on the English button to activate typing in English.
<?php wp_banglakb_comments(); ?>
After “comment” textarea.
After you switch back to English, you’ll notice that the English button caption has changed into Bangla, so now if you want to activate Bangla again, you just have to hit the Bangla button. You don’t need to select your layout again. Hitting the same button will let you switch layouts.
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