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  • #208890

    Hello Dude,

    In this topic: http://www.kriesi.at/support/topic/problem-with-wpml-templatebuilder-and-permalinkstructure-since-3-7-1-update/
    we talked about the fact that Propulsion/Enfold together with using WPML sometimes changes the permalink structure…

    You said that you’ll contact Kriesi for a solution for that specific problem..

    Right now I wish to buy Enfold for a new client and we’ll be needing WPML in the future. THere is also another project coming up where i’ll be needing WPML..

    Pls let me know asap if this problem has been fixed and if I can safely buy this theme and not be confronted with the WPML problem in a later stage..

    Thanx!

    Ben

    #208978

    Hey Ben!

    Yes, we already change the slug translation method. A tutorial can be found here: http://www.kriesi.at/documentation/enfold/translating-the-portfolio-slug-with-wpml/

    Cheers!
    Peter

    #209522

    Hi Peter! That’s great news!!

    THe problem I experienced however had nothing to do with the portfolio but with all the permalinks.. And it happened in the Propulsion theme..

    If you want I can re-install the WPML plugin in the website where I experieced the problem..

    Look forward to your reply :-)

    Salut!

    #209535

    Hi!

    The permalink issue is connected to the portfolio slug rewrite and a few users experienced issues with it. With the new permalink rewrite method we have no reason to keep the flush_rewrite_rules() function or to use a custom function to register new permalinks. Currently only Enfold supports the new permalink rewrite method and it doesn’t make sense to test it with Propulsion.

    Cheers!
    Peter

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