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August 27, 2012 at 2:09 pm #72619



I am new to WPML, managed to get it running and translated all my content but unable to translate the widgets on the homepage: hidden link

How do go about translating the widgets?


August 28, 2012 at 4:27 am #72670


Dear Martin,

If a widget is localized, then its strings should appear in wpml->string translations.
You will have to download string translation module from your wpml shop account under downloads section.

If its not, then I recommend you use widget logic plugin

Widget Logic is a plugin that allows controlling where widgets display using PHP code. You can use it to specify where widgets are allowed, including which languages they will display in.

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