Support » Theme: Agama Blue » Translate Front Page box

  • lindaonligne

    (@lindaonligne)


    Hello,
    I am currently making a bilingual (French/Dutch) website using the Agama Blue theme and the Polylang plug in.

    I czan’t seem to find where I can translate the front pages boxes? (titles and text below it)

    I would really appreciate any tips and suggestion you can give! Thank you!

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • themevision

    (@themevision)

    Hello,@lindaonligne!

    Unfortunately, for now, that isn’t possible.

    I can suggest to you another way:

    1.) First, make your Homepage a Static and Create the separate page for the blog posts.(you can follow the steps from the next link: https://wordpress.org/support/topic/edit-blog-heading/)
    2.)Turn off the Frontpage boxes.

    3. Create the Feature boxes on the static page using a Column Shortcodes plugin.

    Please check the video guide I made for you:
    How to create a Feature Boxes.
    I think you will be able to translate the desired text in this way.
    Please let me know if this method has helped you.

    Regards

    lindaonligne

    (@lindaonligne)

    Hello @themevision,

    Thank you very much for your reply. What you show in the video would indeed be a very good option. BUT after downloading and activating Column Shortcodes, I don’t have the same screen you have in the video, when adding new pages, I don’t have the options columns, home page, sample page etc. So I’m stuck…

    Excuse me, I am a beginner. I hope you can help me out, this is really what I want!

    Thank you!!

    themevision

    (@themevision)

    Hello,@lindaonligne!

    What you see, in fact, are just the usual pages I created for the needs of my Website.
    How to Setup Pages, Menus, and Widgets in WordPress

    You need to create a new page, like Homepage, and add columns and content in it, as I explained to you in the video guide, then select this page as Static homepage, following the instructions from the Step #1

    Regards

    lindaonligne

    (@lindaonligne)

    Thank you. I found the problem, for information for other peope: it doesn’t work like this in Gutenberg. I think!
    Thank you @themevision!

    themevision

    (@themevision)

    Hi,

    Thank you for your information,

    Yes, If you use Gutenberg, page editing looks different.

    Best Regards

    Good morning @themevision of anyone else who might be able and or willing to help me.

    I now have 4 columns on my page (www.onligne-redaction.com), which looks good (I think), but I would like to add some text below that would be page-width. If I write under the last [/one_fourth], my text still goes into the last column. How can I solve this?

    Thank you!

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