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Last updated by Daniel Faessler 1 year ago.

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May 7, 2019 at 9:56 pm #3762313

Daniel Faessler

I'm using Avada with Tribe Events and WPML and having a most probably easy to solve situation.

The address portion of the venue is displayed differently in various languages.
"Postal Code" "City"
(new line)"Country"
"City", "Postal Code" "Country"

We would prefer to have the Postal Code, City and Country always displayed like in german.

I already did some searching in the Translation Strings, but didn't find where I could change this.

Could you please nudge me in the right direction or hint me, what parameter I should modify?

Thanks a lot and cheers, Daniel

May 8, 2019 at 1:55 am #3762861


Languages: English (English )

Timezone: America/Los_Angeles (GMT-07:00)

Hi Daniel,

If possible i would like to understand how and where you are currently setting the order of

"Postal Code" "City"
(new line)"Country"

i am guessing it is the order you want to have the same in all languages correct . ?

most likely the plugin you are using allows you to set the order . At the top header there should be a language switcher , if you switch to the secondary language within that configuration page are you able to set the order for the secondary language as well ?

let me know your results

May 8, 2019 at 9:14 am #3764861

Daniel Faessler

Thanks for the quick reply. My issue is resolved now.
A tweaking in the address.php module did the trick.
Thank you and cheers!