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September 28, 2018 at 11:19 am #2773449


We have a wordpress multisite setup with WPML installed network wide.
There is an issue where a string, though translated through the back-end remains untranslated in the front-end.
But what is weird is that it works fine on the main blog(Smartspace as shown in image). Whereas on the other blogs, it remains untranslated in the front-end.
We have re-scanned all the blogs and manually added the string translation in the back-end.
The status shows as 'Translation complete' but isn't reflected accordingly. Again this works fine on the main blog(Smartspace as shown in image) but not on the rest of them.
We cannot figure out what the issue is and why the inconsistency...

I am attaching the WPML debug info from the blog on which the translation isn't working.

September 30, 2018 at 12:07 pm #2776446


Languages: English (English ) Hebrew (עברית )

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Where can I see the issue on your site?
Please share with me the link to the page where I can see the issue and also to the other blog where the issue is OK.
Do you have any cache plugin on your site or cache method on your server?
If so, then please clear the cache from your site and see if the issue persists.
I can see that this string belongs to the 'skapnet' domain.
Is it string from your theme or a certain plugin?


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