Translating the slider with Polylang

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  • #77485

    Hello to all! This is my very first post in the forum!

    I have installed polylang and I have made the necessary changes in the “strings translation” but still I cannot see the changes in the slider (using the presentation page in Tempera). I cannot understand what I am missing to make it work in both languages (greek and english).

    Website: www.hellas-astro.gr

    #77629

    Zed
    Cryout Creations Team

    Which text are you trying to localize? The slides captions (title&text)?

    How are the slides generated – are they manually defined or generated from posts?


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    #77712

    Hi Zed!
    I am using the theme’s presentation page and the custom slides. I manually put the title and text for each slider, and then i go to the Polylang strings translation where I put the translated text. I would expect that this should work, unless I missing something obvious here…

    Thanks!

    #77964

    Zed
    Cryout Creations Team

    So you see the slider-related field in Polylang’s strings list? Then the translations should work.

    Double-check that nothing is interfering with Polylang by temporarily disabling all other active plugins.


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    #81246

    Sorry for the long delay in my reply. I did tried to disable anything and still no success. I do see the list of the translation strings that refer to the theme. I really cannot understand what is wrong with that.

    However, I installed the latest version and I can see that there is the option to add a custom slider. Do you think I can get around this problem by using a custom slider and its translation perhaps ?

    #83489

    Zed
    Cryout Creations Team

    You can test that to see if the multi-language functionality works correctly with the plugin.


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