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    i want to translate, using WPML, event-list-widget, pages widget and latest posts widget.

    my languages are greek, english and german. Default site language is greek but in string translation of WPML i have english as default, which is correct according to WPML documentation.

    The translated content of the widgets is correct but widget titles remain in english (default for strings). I have tried to delete widgets, add them again and re-translate the strings but no success. any ideas?

    P.S: latest posts widget is successfully translated in title and content, so the problem only remains in pages and event-list widgets.

    Thank you!



    1.) Open includes > admin > register-widget-area.php, find this code

    $title = apply_filters('widget_title', __('Pages','avia_framework') );

    2.) Open config-events-calendar > the-events-calendar > widget-list.class.php, find this code

    $defaults = array( 'title' => 'Upcoming Events', 'limit' => '5', 'no_upcoming_events' => false);

    Translate them manually.





    Thank you for your reply!

    I want to translate them via WPML because i will have 3-4 languages of the content. Is there any modification that i can do in that code to make it work? is it a bug of WP, theme or WPML? (pages-widget is not the default set by incarnation when sidebar is empty, i have added it together with event-list-widget in Page Sidebar)


    i tried to add this: $defaults = __(‘Scheduled Walks’, ‘tribe-events-calendar’ );

    for the events calendar under the mentioned line but no success…


    fixed the events-list-widget. Please give me some help for Pages widget in Page,Blog sidebar.

    Also the problem exists in home page where i have created a custom widget area from template builder and i have assigned a widget. The title is not translated there too.




    The easiest way to deal with widgets is to use widget logic plugin http://wordpress.org/plugins/widget-logic/

    Then you simply add the language to the extra field on each widget and that’s it. (Purchase code hidden if logged out) -language/?affiliate_key=K9b6X1wRp9SS”>http://wpml.org/2011/03/ (Purchase code hidden if logged out) -language/ . It’s a lot easier then going about it the other way, since you will have all your widgets in one place instead of segregated by language.



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