Support » Plugin: qTranslate X » Webpage empty when disabling Qtranslate-X plugin

  • Hello!
    Everything works fine when Qtranslate-X plugin is turned on. When disabling the plugin, it messes up the whole page – basically blank page (only part of topbar loads), the rest is Internal server error 500. Tried disabling .htaccess file, no change. Tried switching to another theme – worked.

    Why the custom theme gets broken and how to fix it while keeping current translations? I might be switching to WPML because Qtranslate-X does not support primary menu replacement for multilanguage pages, I would really like to use Qtranslate-X instead.

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  • Tried switching to another theme – worked.

    It seems to me your theme is the problem. Did you read this: Integration Guide?

    Qtranslate-X does not support primary menu replacement for multilanguage pages,

    qTranslate X can show different menus in more languages. In the menu settings there are language buttons? Appearance – Menus – Check for Navigation Label

    What other plugins you use?

    Hello again!

    About the first problem – impossible to turn off qtranslate plugin, page gets broken – it happens on every multilanguage site that I have built, for ex:
    Altought these pages are built on very different themes, they react similar – when disabling qtranslate-X plugin, only a part of header is displayed, no other content. But maybe it is not relevant at all when I could get menu-replacement working with Qtranslate-X.

    The plugin that I use for menu replacement is “Conditional Menus” by Themify. It does what I need for one-language site, but does not work with multilanguage. They say that it works with WPML, but I cannot go to WPML because 1) I prefer Qtranslate-X and 2) Import-export of translated texts gets broken.

    Plugin Author John Clause


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    Thanks a lot!

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