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    i would like to edit my blog page like this:


    can you give me some advice how can i customize it?

    My friend do this changes but i need some information about it.

    Also i’ve edit my .po file with po editor and then replace default.po and mo file but nothing happend.

    How can i translate my website? WPML plugin does not support my language so i need to it manually :(

    Thank you



    You would like to put an image of an angry cat with words? You mean you want to open a meme site?

    I am not sure. Are you sure you have the right image?

    WPML translates even Zulu, are you sure they don’t have your language?




    Hello Nick,

    first of all sorry for that epic fail with image. I mean this image:


    and yes WPML doesn’t support Slovak language.

    Thank you and sorry for that :D





    Ok cool, This makes more sense then that cat, which confused me for a second, lol.

    Make sure you are using Angular 1.6 (check style.css for your version)

    1) Please open up /includes/format-standard.php and now you are gonna make a couple of moves with the code. The reason I am not showing you the line numbers, is because you will have to repeat something similar with with 3 other files in the /includes/ folder that all begin with format- (format-gallery, format-link, format-quote). If you will not be using those post types, you can ignore them, but if you are, then you will need to make the same changes in each of the 3 other files .

    So in file /includes/format-standard.php (

    Step A – Switching the Title & Image location -> http://i.imgur.com/pCLA3e4.png … just cut the chunk of code starting with <h1 and ending /h1> and paste it where shown

    Step B – Adding the Date to Correct Location -> http://i.imgur.com/jHPeDKh.png … delete the line that has a minus (-) and add the line that has a plus (+)

    echo ' <span class="text-sep">/</span> ' . get_the_date();

    C) To get the horizontal line you will need to *replace* the last 6 lines of the file so that they look like

    <span class="extralight-border seperator-bloga seperator-bottom"></span>
    </div><!--end post-entry-->

    Now you will need to add some css:

    Please add the following css block to the bottom of the /css/custom.css file; OR to Quick CSS located in the admin area of Angular > Theme Options > Styling … the text area at the bottom of that page:

    span.extralight-border.seperator-bloga {
    border-bottom: 1px solid;
    width: 100%;
    position: absolute;
    #top .template-blog .content {
    margin-top: 20px;
    #top .template-blog .post-entry {
    padding-bottom: 35px;

    Here is the link ( http://pastebin.com/gjgR2ZnQ )to the format-standard.php where I made these corrections, just remember that if you plan to use other post types, you will need to make changes in those files as well, and that is why I gave these detailed directions above. You will still need to add the css above regardless.


    If you read this http://wpml.org/2013/03/wpml-2-7-stability-and-performance-update/ … Amir, the main guy behind WPML explains how to add Slovak language.. look for comment on ( March 8, 2013 at 11:37 am )




    Yeah, i laught a lot when i opened that cat.

    Thank you Nick for your response it looks easy with your guide, i will try it :)





    Let us know how it worked out. Good luck!



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