Jupiter is a multi-purpose WordPress theme. It offers many templates for you to base your website on. It has many features like premium sliders, unlimited colors, advanced theme options and more.This documentation page provides instructions on how to translate the different elements of the Jupiter theme using WPML.
- Getting started
- Translating pages
- Translating Employees pages and categories
- Translating texts from Jupiter theme, plugins and other places
- Translating menus
- Translating sliders
- Setting theme options
- Getting help from our support
Make sure that the Jupiter theme is activated, by going to the Appearance -> Themes page.
Make sure that the WPML Multilingual CMS, WPML String Translation, WPML Translation Management, and WPML Media Translation plugins are activated.
For a better translation experience with contents created using Visual Composer, activate WPML Translation Editor. To do this, go to the WPML -> Settings page. There, check the Use the translation editor option under the How to translate posts and pages section and click Save.
With WPML, you can translate any types of contents in your site, including pages and posts. For an easy start, read our Getting Started Guide.
The Jupiter Theme comes bundled with Visual Composer.
Visit our documentation page for exact steps on how to translate contents build with Visual Composer.
Jupiter theme comes with many custom content types like Clients, Employees and, Faqs. To translate Employee items or any custom post type items, you need to follow the same steps as for translating any other types of pages. Visit our documentation page for exact steps on translating the contents yourself.
Employee Categories can be translated while translating your pages, on the Translation Editor screen. There, you can translate the Employee elements as well as your Employee Categories.
Additionally, you can translate your Employee Categories on the WPML -> Taxonomy Translation page. Select the Employee Categories from the drop-down menu and a list of your categories will appear. Click the “+” icon to translate a category for the respective language and use the dialog box that appears to add your translation.
Keep in mind that the translations of categories are universal: if you make a change, they will be updated everywhere.
Besides contents coming from posts and pages on your site, there are usually some texts coming from other places. Most common examples are themes and plugins.
To learn how to translate these texts, read our documentation page about translating strings.
With WPML, you can easily synchronize your language menus. For more information, please see our complete menus translation tutorial.
Jupiter comes bundled with Slider Revolution. Read our documentation on how to create multilingual sliders using Slider Revolution to translate any slider created using the Slider Revolution plugin.
You can synchronize the theme options across the different languages on your website or set the options to be different for each language.
- Activate WPML.
- Navigate to Settings -> General and check the Unify theme options for all languages for WPML plugin option.
- Click on the Save Changes button.
- Ensure that WPML is deactivated.
- On your WordPress dashboard, navigate to Jupiter -> Theme Options -> Advanced tab then click on Export Theme Options.
- Copy the code to a text file as we will use it later.
- Activate WPML.
- Go to Jupiter -> Theme Options -> Advanced tab then click on Import Theme Options.
- Use the language switcher to select a specific language.
- Paste the code that you have from step 3.
- Click on the Import button then Save Settings.
- Repeat steps 6-8 for all the other languages.
We have supporters in our forum who are ready six days a week to help you. They are trained in how to use WPML with Jupiter.
If you are working with a developer for your site, please use our Translation support forum to get help with translating your site’s content.
If you are setting up the site and WPML yourself, please use our Technical support forum.