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  • #21279

    Hello,

    I recently purchased the Replete theme from Themeforest and have started working on the website.

    But maybe I am not very used to WordPress much yet,

    but I couldn’t find the WPML plugin anywhere from the installed plugin list.

    I know that WPML is a paid plugin but does “WPML ready” mean it is already included in the theme file or the theme just supports it?

    If I still have to purchase the plugin, can I also use alternatives such as qTranslate?

    Sorry, I am lil bit confused and I couldn’t find answers, so hopefully I will get to understand it better here.

    Thank you very much!

    #111223

    //not official support reply//

    Hello there,

    of course you will need to purchase that WPML, its not a part of this template.

    The WPML ready means that it will work with WPML functions like language switch, page title, permalink, copy etc.

    as is described in wpml_config/config.php

    There is also some translation tools, anyway i rather use the manual translation which means more work, anyway does tell the visitor exactly what you want.

    mAqq

    #111224

    1) Yes you need to buy WPML. “Ready” means that the plugin will work with WPML but the plugin is not included.

    2) We do not support qtranslate or other language plugins. This doesn’t necessarily mean that they don’t work with our theme but we can’t help you if you stumble over incompatibility issues, etc.

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