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  • Resolved schlafcola

    (@schlafcola)


    Hey, I have 5 languages assigned to pages and on one paage there will only be a translation available for 3 of the 5 pages. Ideally the page would show up in the menu for the 3 languages for whom the translation is available and not 2 other languages.

    I could not find out how to do that!

    Thanks in advance!

    Tino

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  • Plugin Author John Clause

    (@johnclause)

    Make the translation of those items empty in the menu: https://qtranslatexteam.wordpress.com/faq/#CustomizeMenuPerLanguage

    Sorry, I can’t understand the instructions to do this… I think I’ve done everything possible in the menu editor, and only managed to exclude items for every translation. ¿Can you please provide more specific instructions?
    Please excuse my absolutely newbie question.
    Thanks;
    Val

    Thread Starter schlafcola

    (@schlafcola)

    I think you want to change the names of the actual pages in the menu. Just rename the pagers itself for each bespoke language (on the page not in the menu itself). The translated names for each page will show up in the menu automatically.

    I hope that helps!

    Tino

    Many thanks, I misunderstood that.
    Anyway, I’m unable to change frontpage’s name this way. It’s a static page, but no matter what I write in the title, the menu only shows the default language title.
    Any ideas?
    Val

    Thread Starter schlafcola

    (@schlafcola)

    Are all of your other pages translated correctly in the menu?

    Try to set the name of the page on the page itself.

    Imagine a page that is called “home” in English, go to that page and change the language, name it in your language respectively (like ホーム) for example in japanese and see if the menu updates.

    Also if you change anything in the menu itself make sure that you do these changes one at a time and save after each step. Otherwise it will not work.

    I hope it helps!

    Tino

    That’s what I made with every page: changing the language and re-name them. This works for every page, but not for the front one: it displays the translated content correctly, even its title, but the name does not change in the menu.
    thanks again!
    Val

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