Support » Plugin: Translate Multilingual sites - TranslatePress » TranslatePress leads to ‘page 404 error’ in Woocommerce shop

  • Resolved Tim Hupkes

    (@tim983)


    I downloaded TranslatePress and have translated my website with it. In the store I copied all links (from the English site to the Dutch). Now the British store is gone (as soon as you click on ‘car brands’ or another category: page 404). The Dutch version works. However: in the Dutch store there are now English subscriptions, because these were not in the translate section and I don’t know how to get to them.

    I have deleted those links, but even in another browser (avoiding cache) the store is still broken.

    I have tried to put the Woocommerce Dutch file in wp-content/languages/ but there is no Woocommerce file (this could be because I am working on the ipad now). Still, even if that works, I have translated a large portion of the store with TranslatePress.

    How can I make sure both the Dutch and English version of the store works? Can this be done completely with TranslatePress, discarding the woocommerce Dutch file?

    Thanks

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  • Plugin Support Dragos

    (@dragosvrejiu)

    Hello there,

    Thank you for getting in touch with us!

    I’ve looked over your shop page and it seems to be working as expected.

    Is assistance still needed?

    Best regards,

    Thread Starter Tim Hupkes

    (@tim983)

    @dragosvrejiu Thanks for your reaction. Indeed all of a sudden things worked: there was an update and after that it worked.

    But! I still have problems; I only get the option to translate part of a product description (Woocommerce). And even though I have copied the image links, these do not work. Is there something I can do to make this work? On my end it looks like I only get so many strings offered for translation and part of the text just does not come up. On this page I could literarily only translate up to the middle of a sentence…

    https://www.timhupkes.com/nl/product/bronze-cruisin-ferrari-gts-365-cute-car/

    Thread Starter Tim Hupkes

    (@tim983)

    @dragosvrejiu also, I just discovered, if I go the the English version of this page (the original) it seems to have the same url. And, worse: once you click on the Dutch flag, there is no going back: the language flags have disappeared…

    Thread Starter Tim Hupkes

    (@tim983)

    @dragosvrejiu Is this something that can be fixed? That only part of a product description can be translated. My website looks incredibly unprofessional right now. I will be disable TranslatePress for now. If this is an unsolvable problem I will not reactivate it

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