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    Plugin Author Ofer Wald

    (@oferwald)

    Hi,

    Please enable anonymous editing so I will be able to see something, also – you have a few objects missing from your page (returning 404s) I suggest you fix that too

    Thank you, it is set to anonymous. I don’t see any 404’s. Is there a tool where you see this that I can use?

    Plugin Author Ofer Wald

    (@oferwald)

    Hi,

    Seems like your front page is not getting the edit param from the url, I don’t know why this would happen, but I guess something is messing with the way wordpress processes the paramaters sent.

    I don’t know how you can bypass it, except setting the edit mode manually in code on your from page when this param (edit=y) is a part of the url

    Plugin Author Ofer Wald

    (@oferwald)

    Ps.

    And the 404’s, just look at the net tab of firebug or the chrome dev tools

    Thank you for the insights! Where would I put the edit=y in the url? Does it matter? Does it need parenthesis around it? I am not a developer but learning.

    Have a great day!

    Plugin Author Ofer Wald

    (@oferwald)

    Hi,

    Not in the url (doesn’t work, for some unknown reason)

    You need to check for it and change the edit mode in the component, if you are not a programmer, I guess it will be a bit harder to do, but I really hope you’ll manage.

    Can you provide the file name I should look in or the code I should edit. I think I can play with it to see if I can get it to work? The client has used the Transposh plugin on the entire site and it has done a good job at allowing manual translation when needed. We have spent a tremendous amount of time doing this and the last part of the project is to do the same on the homepage. Any help would be very much appreciated. This really is a great plugin.

    Plugin Author Ofer Wald

    (@oferwald)

    Hi,

    Yes, please look at transposh.php, it contains the transposh object which has an edit_mode variable, this is the one you should change.

    You can probably look at places in the code that change this value now, and you’ll see how this is done. I think you can probably add a line next to the existing one with the exception you need for the homepage.

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