This thread is resolved. Here is a description of the problem and solution.
The client is experiencing an issue where the header overlaps with the content on many translated pages, and the header does not inherit the style of the original page.
First, we recommend checking the display conditions in the Elementor Header Footer Builder. If the conditions are set for specific pages in one language, they may not apply correctly to the translated pages. To fix this:
1. Go to Appearance > Elementor Header Footer Builder and filter for the translated language.
2. Open the translated templates and locate the "Display on:" section.
3. Remove the current conditions for the Spanish versions of the WooCommerce pages.
4. Search for and add the correct translations of those pages, then save the template.
Another solution involves translating the display conditions using the WPML Translation Editor:
1. Navigate to WPML > Settings > Custom Field Translation and set
2. Edit and save the original template, then translate it using the WPML Translation Editor.
3. In the Translation Editor, translate the post IDs to match the IDs of the translated pages.
For assistance in finding post IDs in WordPress, refer to this guide.
We are also considering implementing a WPML Hook inside the "Elementor Header & Footer Builder" for automatic display condition adjustments in each language, which may require cooperation with the plugin author.
If these solutions do not seem relevant to your situation, please open a new support ticket with us for further assistance.
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