March 1, 2017 at 2:05 pm #110994richpavParticipant
Could you please fix few problems with text fields not displaying multilingual content properly. They can be resolved by following the directions here:
Basically, you need to add apply_filters to post data.
Slider: Text in entry-container displays only in the primary language.
Featured Content: Text in featured-heading displays all languages mixed together. Text in entry-header displays in only the primary language.
Courses: Text in courses-heading displays in all languages mixed together. entry-title and entry-summary text displays only in the primary language.
Our Professors: featured-heading text displays in all languages mixed together. entry-title text displays only in the primary language.
The other custom elements probably have the same problems. I only checked the ones above.
The site I’m working on isn’t on the net yet, but if you need to take a look I can put it up somewhere.
RichardMarch 1, 2017 at 4:02 pm #111002MaheshKeymaster
@richpav: The Pro version supports the WPML, Qtranlate-X translation plugins. If you want the theme to make compatible with other plugins too, please customize further using child theme. If you are not familiar with programming, I recommend you to hire a customizer.
MaheshMarch 2, 2017 at 11:33 am #111064richpavParticipant
I’m using WPGlobus because q-translatex hasn’t been updated in nine months and isn’t compatible with WordPress 4.7.2. To use it would require me to downgrade WordPress, which would expose me to a very serious security bug. I don’t want to use WPML because I know from past experience that it is bloated and slow. WPGlobus works very similarly to q-translatex and is still supported by its developers.
I just paid $50 for the pro version but unfortunately it has the same problems as the free version. All you need to do to make the template compatible with WPGlobus is add apply_filter to post data.
RichMarch 2, 2017 at 3:04 pm #111088
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