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  • in reply to: Breadcrumps #93125

    Hi,

    thanks for this solution. With some additional CSS it works fine.

    Regards

    Bernhard

    in reply to: German language file #92313

    Hi,

    thanks a lot for this detailed explanation :-)

    So the “customer problem” can only be solved by translating the visible theme options panel expressions in the source itself, even if I have to repeat this in the case of a themes’ update.

    Regards

    Bernhard

    in reply to: German language file #92311

    Hi,

    thanks, but if this is true, I have two questions:

    a) What is the purpose of a translation file, when nothing appears translated, even not for the admin? In the documentation-side with the headline “Translation, Internationalization and Multi Language optimization” you show a screenshot with an option-field “Show content in Enlish, ….” This option-field isn’t visible for me. Thats why I said, perhaps I did something wrong.

    b) I just tried it, but even if I log in as an editor, I find the backend-menu “Portfolio Items” – of course, how else could the editor add an portfolio – but only in English.

    When translation is mentioned as a feature of this theme, why doesn’t it work?

    In my wp_config in wordpress’ root the language definition is “define (‘WPLANG’, (‘de’==’de’) ? ‘de_DE’ : ‘en_EN’);”

    Even if I change it in “define (‘WPLANG’, ‘de_DE’);” the German language file in the themes /lang folder obviously isn’t found.

    So I’m not really satisfied. Any ideas?

    Regards

    Bernhard

    in reply to: German language file #92309

    Hello,

    thanks, it seems to be true, that for some parts, such as the Choices Theme Options, there aren’t translations in the .po file at all.

    But the translation file actually includes phrases, which refer to the backend, “Add New Portfolio Entry” e.g.

    Sorrily I only see the English words. I think this is a problem, when the customer doesn’t understand English. Perhaps I made something wrong?

    Regards

    Bernhard

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