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  • #12348

    HI,

    I am trying to set up WPML multilanguage instalation of Corona but having trouble when building up a home page.

    When I update home page in Template builder in one language it changes in all.

    After reading some threads on this forum I belive that I will not be able to do it.

    Is there any way to do it or I should use another theme for WPML?

    Thanks,

    Tomaz

    #75161

    With the template builder it doesn’t work for me, too. Even with themes using no template builder I had so many difficulties using the WPML plugin and their forum is often not very helpful, so I decided not to relate on a plugin, but found another solution:

    I’ve set up WordPress as a multisite installation, created two blogs – for each language another blog, and the rest is done with this:

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/multilingual-press/

    My English is not so good, so please read at the plugin’s site how it works. With this you are independant on any plugin updates etc., you manage all by yourself. It’s easy and I use it without any trouble even with CORONA’s template builder.

    Advantages in opposite to WPML:

    http://wpengineer.com/2389/best-practice-for-multilanguage-wordpress-content-new-plugin/

    #75162

    Yes,

    Corona isn’t fully translatable because you can’t save all options independently from the language. As far as I know Coherence and the latest version of Propulsion are fully translatable because Kriesi changed the way how the options are saved. These two themes save the options for each language and you need to configure all options for each language. However by going this way you can also set a custom logo, portfolio pages, front page, etc. for each language.

    #75163

    Thans for the answers.

    I like Corona and probably maybe I will try with Multilingual press plugin. Or I should buy Propulsion theme.

    colorit2

    Thanks for your tip. Weeks ago I have discovered this plugin but since I own a copy of WPML haven’t tried.

    Tomaz

    #75164

    Hey!

    Basically the decision is up to you. Both solutions have advantages/disadvantages and it’s up to you which solution fits your needs.

    Regards,

    Peter

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