Support » Plugin: DeepL API translation plugin » wp:heading partially translated

  • Hi, first this plugin saved me so much time, exactly what i was searching for.

    I noticed that the <!– wp:heading –> translation was alway partially translated in the html “text” ,


    <!– wp:heading –>
    <h2 id=”h-buongiorno-a-tutti”>Buongiorno a tutti</h2>
    <!– /wp:heading –>

    Translated from It to eng become

    <!– wp:heading –>
    <h2 id=”h-buongiorno-a-tutti”>good morning everyone</h2>
    <!– /wp:heading –>

    How this work? in that case if not corrected the heading translation, search engine crawlers are going to see the old untraslated language?

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  • Plugin Author malaiac


    I’m not sure I understand the case.
    “Buongiorno a tutti” is translated in your example to “good morning everyone”
    html tags (like id=”h-buongiorno-a-tutti” ) are not supposed to be translated, neither are <!-- comments --> tags

    Thread Starter moeee


    I refer only to the title inside html tags such as.

    id=”h-buongiorno-a-tutti” was not translated into id=”h-good-morning-everyone”

    I don’t know whether it’s important or not, so I wanted to look into it.

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