Discussion on Ajax Translator Revolution DropDown WP Plugin

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Hi presale question. I have a website that has English and Nepali articles. I know that Nepali is not supported, will be there an issue for the translations? If set the site language to english ,the nepali articles will stay as is and only the english content will be ? Also does this work with userpro plugin? Thank you

SurStudio

Hello,

yes, that would be an issue. The translator will try to translate the Nepali content, and it won’t be able to do it, as a result the text might remain the same, or could get badly translated.

is there something that can be used to identify when the articles are in Nepalese? For instance, an image, a tag, something special, anything that would distinguish English and Nepalese articles?

If so, then that can be used to tell the translator to not translate the article and translate everything else. Or to hide the translation.

I don’t see why it wouldn’t work with the userpro plugin.

Cheers

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I’m using a fortis7 theme that has a PAGE BUILDER.

is your plugin capable to translate a contents built from page builder?

Here’s a link for more information about my fortis7 wordpress theme: http://themeforest.net/item/fortis7-responsive-multipurpose-theme/6347950



Please reply asap. So that I can decide if I will recommend your plugin to my client. Thanks man!

SurStudio

Hello,

yes, it’ll work just fine.

Later let me know if you need some help placing the drop down where the theme has the language selection box.

Cheers

jedlarosa

Oh yeah!!! I forgot to ask that drop down area.

Is it possible for me not to use those flags and instead, i want to use this concept, check this link:
http://worldecocorp.com/portfolio-4-columns/

Go to their footer, that is the place where they put their language switcher. I want to be exactly like that by not using a flag and putting it on the footer area too. Is that possible?

Is there an options for me to do that?

SurStudio

It’s possible to do that, but that’s a customization you’ll have to do by yourself as it’s not included in the plugin. You will have to create that drop down, hide the translator and fire its events from your custom drop down. Is not hard, but it does require some knowledge.

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Buy your plugin, but I can not install it on the menu really buy to put in my menu bar. I might say that way I put it on my menu bar or if there is a manual.

SurStudio

Hello,

you can do that by using the Advanced Positioning features. See:

Advanced > General > Location

If you’re not sure how it works, you can watch the last video on the Installation Guide.

Or if you want me to do it for you, I’ll ask you to take a screenshot and visually explain where would you like to place the translator or how would you like to be displayed, exactly. I’m asking you this because some times is not too easy to come up with the procedure, and then it turns out that the solution isn’t exactly what the client wanted.

I don’t know what operating system are you using, but I’m sure you have some simple graphic editing tool, so basically, you should:

  • Take a screenshot of the current website (without the translator)
  • Enable the translator with the desired flags/languages, take another temp screenshot
  • Select/copy/paste the translator area and place it in the desired location in the first screenshot
  • Send only the first screenshot along with a temporary WP admin access (via email of course)

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