Support » Plugin: Transposh WordPress Translation » Where is the translation frontend?

  • hi,

    I enabled the plugin and inserted the widget like this:
    [tp widget=”flags/tpw_flags_css.php”]

    I’m seeing the flags, but the checkbox is missing to allow editing the strings. I’m logged in to wordpress, I’m on the page I want to translate, I navigate to domain/fr/ and I’m expecting a checkbox saying Edit Translation, but I can’t see it.

    I’m using the optimizepress theme.

    Can someone tell me what’s wrong?

    Thank you

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  • so the checkbox just changes the url, by appending tpedit. If I enter the url manually, I still don’t get the translation interface. domain/fr/?tpedit=1

    based on:
    if (t_jp.edit) {
    $.getScript(t_jp.plugin_url + ‘/js/transposhedit.js’);
    I assumed t_jp.edit may not be set correctly, so tried adding the transposhedit.js script manually to the page.
    <script src=”domain/wp-content/plugins/transposh-translation-filter-for-wordpress/js/transposhedit.js?ver=″></script>

    Now I get an error in the transposhedit script:
    Uncaught ReferenceError: t_jp is not defined

    Can someone help me fix this please?

    I’m experiencing the same issue. did you ever find a solution?

    Plugin Author Ofer Wald


    Hi @dvc

    Yes, the checkbox just changes the url, t_jp should always be defined…

    Maybe you have some sort of javascript speed optimizer/enhancer or something?

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