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  • #505

    Great theme, and amazingly organized CSS! Love working with it!

    I’m trying to translate the site into norwegian, and so I’m wondering if that is possible through .po-files in the Twicet theme?

    Also, I would like to make the lines of the drop-down menus longer, so it won’t spilt into two lines. I found the code-snippet for it in the CSS, but the animation won’t follow up on it. Is there an easy way to fix this? I took a peek into the custom.js-file but couldn’t find anything.

    Thanks!

    #31721

    Hey,

    Sorry to say, but the Twicet theme isn’t currently able to be translated using .po and .mo files because the theme files aren’t localised. The only way to translate the theme is to manually change the theme files so text in English is translated to Norwegian.

    Can you show me an example of your drop down menu or specify the width of the sub navigation you need?

    Cheers,

    James

    #31722

    I am also curious if there is a way to make the 3rd level of drop down menus wider.

    p.s. I have bought themes under 2 themforest usernames, but only have one forum account. I bought twicet under “vamcomputers”. If you need me to verify that somehow, let me know.

    #31723

    Hey,

    You need to make a CSS adjustment to increase the width of the 3rd level navigation, add this to the end of style.css:

    #top #nav ul ul {
    width:172px;
    }

    #top #nav li ul ul a {
    width:130px;
    }

    Change the widths as appropriate, whatever you change one by you must also change the other by :)

    James

    #31724

    I have successfully implemented 5 languages on the Avisio theme via WPML.

    Out of the box the plugin will allow you to translate all your pages and posts. The custom posts “portfolios” and “sliders” won’t work out of the box, but I have changed the code of the theme so that it all works perfectly. Took about 30 hours of work, but was worth it. You can see the results at: http://macdoctor.lu … It speaks 5 languages :-)

    Don’t hesitate to contact me for more info at (Email address hidden if logged out)

    Kind Regards,

    Bruno van Branden

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