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  1. Go to phpMyAdmin. If you can access it, ask your host to perform these actions.
  2. Select your shop's database, and select the ps_lang table.
  3. Click "Insert", and create a new entry with these values
    • id_lang -> 1
    • name -> English
    • active -> 1
    • iso_code -> fr
  4. Execute the query.
    You should be able to log in again.

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How to create a new translation

Follow these steps:

  1. Go to your PrestaShop back-office, in the "Tools" tab, and its "Languages" subtab.
  2. Add a new language.
  3. Note: You can download the flags used in PrestaShop. Don’t forget to activate the language.
  4. Go to the "Translations" tab.
  5. In the "Copy" section: select "English, prestashop" to "Your language, prestashop", then click "Copy".
  6. In the "Modify translations" section: choose "Front Office Translations" in the drop-down list, then click the flag of the new language. Begin to translate the fields. Click "Save the modifications" once it all seems correct to you.
  7. Repeat the last step for each type of translation ("Back Office", "Modules", etc.).
  8. Your version of PrestaShop is now totally translated! Test, test, test! Have your friends test it too!
  9. If you want to contribute it to the PrestaShop project, you can propose your new translation to the PrestaShop Team. In the "Export a language" section, select the new language; in the following fields select "prestashop" then click "Export". Save this file and send it to contact@prestashop.com with as subject "New translation: XX" with "XX" being ISO code of the language.
  10. You have contributed to the PrestaShop project! Thank you so much!