Discussion on Ajax Translator Revolution WordPress Plugin

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I just bought your plugin and i have an issue with it:

I have activated all languages but instead of taking the width of the template, the translator is taking over 5000px of width because we have all languages there.

The translator bar should not break the template, it should be adjustable… I have tried doind that with css but it doesn’t work. Please provide support as soon as possible. Thank you

SurStudio

Hello,

yes, it’s adjustable but it’s not automatic. You have to define what languages to display/hide depending on the screen resolution.

Since you know about CSS, please take a minute to take a look to the translator CSS file (styles/jquery.translator.css), go to the end of the file, you’ll find a set of predefined CSS rules. You should use those rules (and/or define new media queries) to show/hide the languages, for instance:

@media screen and (max-width: 1024px) {
    .td-translator-language-es {
        display: none;
    }
}

This will hide the Spanish language for resolutions lower than 1024px width. Notice es in the CSS selector, that’s the language code. Do the same with other languages.

Let me know if you have some other question.

Cheers

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Thank you

SurStudio

Looks good! Thanks for your message :)

Hello, whats the difference between this and the Dropdown Translate plugin you have other than looks? Are there any extra features/benefits in that 25 $ plugin of yours?

SurStudio

Hello,

no, the only difference is the user interface, and the settings that come along with that.

Cheers

Hi! This is a great plugin, with many customizable features and great customer service but the custom translation panel is so user-unfriendly. It takes too many clicks to make corrections going back and forth and the corrections that must be applied to all pages of the website (e.g. page names in the drop-down menus) have to be made in each and every cached page. This is a major disappointment…

SurStudio

No problem :)

Default-user

Yep, that worked great! Sorry for the delay in getting back to you

SurStudio

No problem! Glad to know it worked fine.

Pre sales question: hi, i would like to know-> 1) if it would b compatible with all of the themes available 2) if there is an auto translator, means we dnt need to edit each content in every language, n the content is auto-trnslated from some api like google translator 3) is there geo-location based auto-selection of language means, if i open website from china, it must translate it in chinese, by default.

quick answers would b appreciated, so that i can ask my client to buy quickly. :-)

SurStudio

Hello,

1) Yes, as far as the theme is barely decent built, that is, make the proper wp_head and wp_footer calls in the header and footer files.

2) Yes. The content is translated when someone asks for a translation, that is, someone clicking on a language.

3) No, it doesn’t have that feature.

Cheers

Pre Sale Query:

Hi there,

Can I have drop down option with this plugin, or- I have to buy the $25 plugin of yours. Is the $24 plugin capable of drop down and top bar options?

Thanks

SurStudio

Hello,

no, each plugin has its own user interface. This one comes as a form of a translation bar, and the other one as a drop down.

Cheers

HI, I’m getting this error http://postimg.org/image/jkgw3d4o5/ when i hover my mouse to translation tab. and it doesn’t translate.

SurStudio

Hello,

most likely you’re using the plugin as a widget. And the container of the widget (defined by the theme) has a style definition that prevents it from showing everything else outside the boundaries of that container:

overflow: hidden;

If you send me an actual link where I can see this, then I can tell you what to do to fix it.

Cheers

Any conflicts with “X Theme” which is running on http://storage-depot.com?

I’d want to simply put the translation in the menu. Most of these ‘translation’ options are dependent on widgets ~ which sucks! Every bit of our site is full width with ZERO widgets. So… we’re good to go, right? Thanks!

SurStudio

Hello,

I’m checking your website. Yes, the plugin can be placed anywhere, including your menu, using the advanced positioning settings. If you don’t know how to use them, then send an email after you have installed the plugin and I’ll help you out.

Cheers

I would like the language selector without flags and in native language.

How would I change Spanish to the word Español?

Simplified Chinese to ???

Traditional Chinese to ???

SurStudio

Hello,

go to the plugin’s admin page and then to:

Advanced > General > Javascript callbacks > On before initialize callback, remove the content and use this:

function(translator, options) {
    delete options._languages["SPANISH"];
    options._languages["ESPAÑOL"] = "es";
    delete options._languages["CHINESE_SIMPLIFIED"];
    options._languages["???"] = "zh-CN";
    delete options._languages["CHINESE_TRADITIONAL"];
    options._languages["???"] = "zh-TW";
}
Replace ??? with the Chinese words.

To remove the flags, go to:

General > Interface > Flags > No, don’t display the images flags

Cheers

multicade

I can’t thank you enough! Amazing plugin, amazing support

SurStudio

Thank you very much for your great review and rating! :)

Goorbet Purchased

Thanks for this great plugin. I want to display different images for different languages. how is it possible?

SurStudio

Hello,

glad you like the plugin.

Is possible to change images after a translation is completed, to do that you’ll have to use the JavaScript callbacks, see the Advanced tab.

I can give you more indications, but would be better if you can provide a URL and tell me an image you’d like to change, so I can tell you how to do that, and then you can repeat the procedure for all your images.

Not sure what’s your knowledge, but to do this customization you’ll need to know about jQuery selectors. Or you can also set a different id attribute for all the images you want to swap.

Let me know…

Cheers

very interested, but got a few questions:

1. Can I place the widget anywhere? say…at the top of a post content and under the title?

2. Can this plugin auto translate the page based on users’s browser language? Well, I mean I can set the possible languages, and unless if the user’s language is not enabled, it remains the same language.

SurStudio

Hello,

1. Yes, it can be placed anywhere. If your theme doesn’t have a widget area in your desired location, then you can use the advanced positioning settings.

2. No, it doesn’t auto translate based on the user’s browser.

Cheers

hi,

Could it translate all contents of website automatically ? how about accuracy? Could it support Bing API?  In China , Anyone can not open or use google all service , beacause it is blocked.
SurStudio

Hello,

1) Yes, it translates all texts of a web page. Images cannot be translated, but using the javascript callbacks can be swapped.

2) Internally uses Google Translate, so it’s Google accuracy.

3) No, it doesn’t support Bing API. But don’t worry because your website doesn’t connect to Google’s servers. It connects to a set of other servers, and those servers connect to Google.

Cheers

Default-user

Do you make sure it use google Translate ,and but not connect to Google’server? because in china , we can not use any google service . it is blocked .

SurStudio

As said before, yes.

The plugin doesn’t not automatically update from the WP admin back end.

You don’t have to pay any extra to use the plugin.

If you have any other comment/question, please post it in this thread, do not open multiple threads.

Thank you.

Today I bought the plugin and got on google and activated the translate api, however I did not find the site that gives me the api code.

Could you help me?

SurStudio

No, if you choose to use Google Translate, then you have to use a Google API key; and you have to pay for it. This is not necessary as the plugin uses Google Translate internally.

Brazilian Portuguese isn’t available, sorry.

Cheers

Default-user

Do you think adding this option? Accept or do freelance for this?

SurStudio

I can’t just add it. It has to be supported by Google Translate. If one day Google Translate supports it, then the plugin will support it too.

Cheers

Hi,

How can i change the color of the translator box?

Thanks!

Hidde

SurStudio

Hello,

you’ll have to edit the main CSS file.

Cheers

Hi Buttons are placed just above languages, or perhaps in the sidebar, the widget ?

SurStudio

Hello,

not sure if I understand your question. By default the translation bar is placed at the very top. You can also use it as a widget; and you can use the advanced positioning settings to placed anywhere.

Cheers

Hi,

I’m very interested in getting this plugin.

Questions:

1. I need to set up a site translated to Chinese by default meaning when a visitor visits the site, it shows traditional Chinese by default, and an option to select “Simplified Chinese”. Can I do so with your plugin? (The site is originally built in Chinese.)

If your plugin don’t do the trick, would you please suggest any other plugin for me?

2. If the translation isn’t correct, can we manually set them up correctly?

Many thanks.

SurStudio

I’m not sure what do you mean when you say: “to change some functions, such as search and so on”. All the translated content is editable. See the scroll bar on the right side.

Cheers

Default-user

Thanks for the response. So, I’ll definitely need the one line code to make the site in traditional Chinese by default.

One more question before I hit “buy”; the site is built in English but with some pages in traditional Chinese. Will your plugin do the translate “again” on pages that are already in Chinese?

Oh, what is the difference in between this plugin and another translation plugin designed by you? Which one should I get?

Many thanks.

SurStudio

The translator will probably scramble that Chinese text, because it’ll be trying to translate from English to Chinese. You can exclude sections from translations, by the form of jQuery selectors.

The difference is the user interface, this one is translation bar, and the other one is a translation drop down.

Cheers

Hello SurStudio

I was recommended to look at this plugin. Looks good and is i want but my native language (Albanian) is not included. How can it be attached/sorted?

Thanks, Eddie

eddievet

Hi SurStudio

That means that i can apply/display any/as many of the languages (including Albanian)?

Thank you for the quick answering, Eddie

eddievet

Hi SurStudio

Ignore the last question.

Soon i get the site going i will definitely buy the plugin.

Thanks, Eddie

SurStudio

Ok, no problem.

Cheers

mnunezve Purchased

Hello,

Works with SSL web?

Thanks

SurStudio

Hello,

yes sure, it works over SSL/HTTPS.

Cheers

Default-user
mnunezve Purchased

Perfect!

thanks

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