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Ok, what I’m wondering, then, is if there is a short-code that has only ONE column, instead of all the short codes that have two or three. I will just use that instead of the call-out bar, as that can be customized better for translations.
No. Qtranslate only lets you provide alternate translations for content you put in posts or pages (in the page edit box), not permanent items like headers, footers, etc. So, I can translate all other short-code elements on the homepage, but not the textarea/callout/quotes element.
The trouble is, how would I get a different template to show up on the English, French, and Chinese versions? They are all formatted on the same page, just with different language tabs for each on in the Page Edit mode. Is there an easy way to do this that I’m missing?
ah, nevermind, I found out that I could use <style> brackets in the template builder itself and it works! Thanks, team
Thanks for the response, Ismael. I’m curious if I can make SPECIFIC words bold or italics, not the entire text itself. It’s for my company mission statement, and I want a couple words to be highlighted.
The qtranslate isn’t really an issue. When I try to insert any image into the header, the link doesn’t activate.
I just posted “z-index: 10000;” in the custom style section under Quick CSS. Is that what you meant? I didn’t do anything.
Worked PERFECTLY! Thanks again for such a speedy and accurate reply. This has to be the best support I’ve ever had on a wordpress theme. You all rock.
Found the solution! For qTranslate to work with this theme, you have to go to qTranslate advanced settings, set the “Date / Time Conversion” to “Use emulated date function”. Worked like a glove.
Aha! It turns out the qTranslate widget was the culprit. However, I need that widget to run English, French, and Chinese versions of my site. Suggestions?