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Thank you very much. This has solved the problem. I appreciate your support.
DraganThis reply has been marked as private.January 8, 2018 at 5:33 pm in reply to: Home Section > Featured Section > Title/subtitle – translation problem #4577
You are welcome edwinbin!
I case you have additional issues, please do not hesitate to get in touch!
Please see https://hashthemes.com/support/topic/home-section-featured-section-title-subtitle/#post-4571 for the solution.January 7, 2018 at 6:08 pm in reply to: Home Section > Featured Section > Title/subtitle – translation problem #4571
sorry for a late reply. First of all you will need to have a clean theme installation, with no changes made. Here is how I solved this issue with Loco translate and PoEdit, translation files editor (get it for free on https://poedit.net/download ).
When you log on your administration panel in WordPress, firstly go to Loco Translate menu Themes and select the them you want to translate. Then you will be able to Add new language or Edit template. In case that your language is not listed, I suggest that you first add your language. After that, please select Edit template.
When you edit the template, you will be able to change headlines set in English in the field “Source text:”. When you change all the lines you want to change, please do not forget to Synchronize changes.
When synchronization is completed, in the upper right corner, you will have an option to download POT file. Edit POT file with PoEdit application, check translation and upload it in the folder on your Cpanel administration: your domain – wp-content – languages – themes.
I hope this will solve your problems as it solved mine. I just didn’t want bilingual issues to stop me from using HashThemes beautiful theme.January 2, 2018 at 5:03 pm in reply to: Home Section > Featured Section > Title/subtitle – translation problem #4558
I had the same problem, just on HashOne theme and I resolved it with Loco translate. Loco enables you to change the source text, so you can replace the texts that come with theme instalation in English and then translate it…
Hope this will help….
Did you activate the theme?
This should be easy to solve! Customizer – Menus – Menu Locations: here you need to set your primary menu for Hebrew and primary menu for English. In WP when we swap themes, the new theme does not keep selected menus, but we need to set it back as explained.
Additional question from my side. Sticky menu is only on the Home page by default, right?
Thank you for your reply! I really like you HomePage format and I managed to customize it according to my needs, even in two languages, even I have no coding experience 🙂
I would really appreciate your response whether it is possible to set page template as Homepage, disable all homepage sections except Slider section and build a page content with Site Origin page builder?