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Hello, I have the following problem with the translations. The web is in Spanish in the WP, when I do the translations with WPML they do not appear when saving and updating the page. Another problem is that “Headers” texts in Elementor do not appear to be translated when applying the WPML translation editor, nor in text strings.3 months, 4 weeks ago Alex – Support TeamKeymaster
Please provide admin access and example .
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Good morning, I’ll send it to you privately.Private Content Hidden
Please point out exactly where I can see the error. Thanks
Hello, on the contact page of the backend, if you access it using the pencil or by editing the page, you can see that the translations have been created, however they are not displayed on the frontend when you access the contact page.
On the home page, when editing the translations, the texts to be translated that are on the frontend page do not appear, but other texts that are not shown on the page appear.
Please be specific about what word. Thanks
You can see it yourself are all the phrases on the page
I see that all the phrases are in Spanish . If you provide a concrete example , it will help save us time. Thanks
In the case of the contact page, the translation is also done in English (you can check it by accessing the backend) but they are not shown on the frontend.
With the home page, when trying to create translations into English, the correct phrases do not appear, but others that are not shown on the home page
In the case of the contact page, the translation is also done in English
No English and work fine .
If you mean content translate please check documentation https://wpml.org/documentation/plugins-compatibility/elementor/
Unfortunately, I can’t help until there is no specifics and everything is confusing.
It is what I told you, English the translation is created but the web is not taught in English.
And on the home page the text strings that exist on the page are not loaded, but others.
Have you accessed the backend?3 months, 3 weeks ago AlexeyModerator
Disable the Advanced Translation Editor in WPML → Settings.
Before creating a page translation, disable “WPML Translation Editor” in the page properties. Then click “+” to create a translation. The page will be duplicated and you will be able to translate it in Elementor.
After adding the translation, you will have buttons available in the sidebar on the right to clone content from the main language. As a result, you will get a clone of the main page content in Elementor, which you can translate, change some photos if they contain text, etc.
If you have already tried to create a translation without disabling this option (you see “gears” instead of the “plus” button), then refer to the WPML documentation on how to cancel the previous translation.
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I have deactivated the advanced editor and created the translations with the classic editor. Why is this malfunction, the theme is not compatible with the advanced editor?
In HTML Blocks / Footer followed the same steps, managing to create the footer in the CA language but in EN it is not possible. The gear does not change its state, I have deleted the pending work from the translation and job queue, I have emptied the cache and it still persists.
For FLEET, how should you create the translations?, since the page is not shown in the list of pages, but in the catalog.
Thank you3 months, 3 weeks ago AlexeyModerator
The theme is not compatible with advanced editor. Classic editor is more intuitive and universal, any third-party widgets are compatible with it, and you can also change pictures if they contain text.
> I have emptied the cache and it still persists.
With this question, you need to contact the WPML support service. Or create a new Footer and copy the content from the current Footer there. You will initially edit it in classic mode and everything will work as it should.
> For FLEET, how should you create the translations?, since the page is not shown in the list of pages, but in the catalog.
I’m sorry, but I didn’t understand this question, what do you mean? Can you clarify your question? It is advisable to attach screenshots.3 months ago VCParticipantSupport Period Has Expired
Hello in wpml text strings the strings for example:
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does not locate them, they are the ones that appear on the BLOG page, why?Private Content Hidden3 months ago AlexeyModerator
We recommend using the Loco translate plugin for theme built-in phrases translation (https://localise.biz/wordpress/plugin/beginners). All phrases in the theme can be translated into any language. You should translate the theme and the theme core plugin.
Choose the “System” folder for translation location in Loco Translate plugin to prevent translations from being deleted when updating the theme.
WPML also recommends using this plugin because Loco Translate uses the .pot theme dictionary.
WPML they do not appear texts to do translations
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