March 13th, 2015 at 05:08 #30812Geneviève
Love the Nirvana theme, but I was disappointed that I couldn’t use it with WPML for a trilingual site.
Support for WPML would be very much appreciated, especially since qTranslate is no longer updated (it is not cmopatible with WordPress 3.9 or higher).
Thanks!March 14th, 2015 at 11:47 #30819MikevZ
You have my vote for this essential yet missing feature. I even offered to pay for it, but no response. So one more try to support (y)our cause:
Yes, multilingual support please! (preferably plugin agnostic since both WPML as Polylang is used)March 19th, 2015 at 05:38 #30864Jeroen
Love the theme as well, but are getting stuck on translating the custom fields of the presentation page.March 20th, 2015 at 09:16 #30873MikevZ
I’m onto something great … managed to translate the presentation page 🙂
How? With the standard wpml-config.xml option that a good multilingual plugin should support.
Since Nirvana comes with so many settings, it’ll take (me) a while to create the full wpml-config.xml file with all presentation items, but this just worked for me in a quick test:
<key name=”nirvana_slidertitle1″ />
<key name=”nirvana_slidertext1″ />
<key name=”nirvana_sliderlink1″ />
Save above text as wpml-config.xml and into your plugin folder (I use Polylang).
Hopefully this weekend I have time to completely implement and share it.
If you have time already, feel free to DIY 🙂
PS. You’d need to deserialize the nirvana_settings array first from the WP_options table/database.
So happy! 🙂
Cheers MikeMarch 21st, 2015 at 22:23 #30879Jeroen
Thanks Mike that sounds really great!
I tried installing polylang but then my site didnt work that well anymore. I decided to put the code you made in the already excisting wpml-config.xml in the sitepress-multilingual-cms folder which comes with wpml. However i see no changes yet. Do you think this method is not posible or am i not seeing it?
How do you translate the frontpage now?
Let me know, I really hope it works!March 22nd, 2015 at 14:49 #30885MikevZ
It truly -is- great 🙂
Just uploaded the finished wpml-config.xml file for you to grab with the instructions in a readme.txt that’s packaged in the .ZIP file on my download page:
PS. What didn’t work well with Polylang? From all the plugins I’ve tried, it’s the only one that works out of the box without compatibility issues (at least with non-WPML plugins).
Good luck and let me know how it works out for you (if you email, feel free om in het Nederlands te schrijven 😉March 23rd, 2015 at 06:21 #30888Jeroen
It works for me as well with the WPML plugin. Only had to put the .xml file in the root folder of my theme.
Very nice Mike! I’m cheering out loud 😉
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