Support » Plugin: AnyWhere Elementor » Using AnyWhere Elementor with WPML

  • Hi!

    I came across one problem with using your plugin – I hope you could help me with it. My site uses two languages and I inserted section created in your plugin with php into code of site. Next – I translated it with WPML. Unfortunately, translation was not visible, when I switched to second language. As I checked, php code created for one language was different from the php code created for the second language. This means that I can only insert code for specific language. When I inserted both codes, both elements (in first and second language) were displayed.
    Is there any way I can set it so that section regarding to the translation is displayed?

    Thanks in advance!

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  • Plugin Author WP VIBES

    (@wpvibes)

    Hi

    You do not have to create a separate template in different language.
    WPML provide option to translate the same template by just changing the content using String Translation.
    This guide will help you in this https://wpml.org/documentation/plugins-compatibility/elementor/

    You might need to enable Translation in WPML for Custom Post Types using by our plugin. This option is available in WPML settings.
    From there enable translation for Custom Post Type – ae_global_templates

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