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Last updated by Minesh 5 years, 4 months ago.

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March 12, 2015 at 9:17 pm #577275


I am trying to: change some words or translate page and it request resinstalation WP again and again. It takes lot of time again and again and its distrubing. What is wrong and what should I change to stop reinstalation?

March 13, 2015 at 5:20 am #577364


Hello and thank you for contacting WPML support!!

Can you please make sure you followed link as given under:

How it ask you to reinstall WordPress? Can you please make sure you are using latest WPML plugins as well as WordPress version. If yoiu are using latest versions, will it be possible to send us few screenshots of your issue.

Can you please add the debug information to this thread that will help us to investigate your issue.

March 15, 2015 at 5:23 pm #578656


We contacted you few days ago about our web site. You helped us and then this problem appeared. This is site I am talking about hidden link and this is thread where you answered

We don't know what happens. If we just want to make some changes like translate some page or translate strings in "string translations" or to add some property and page where it requests WP instalation just appears and we cannot continue to work on site until instalation.

And I see that we have one more problem. We cannot translate some pages. It shows "You are not the translator of this document" and for example Enis is translator from all languages to all languages but still shows this. Can you enter to site and check that?

Now I wanted to copy and paste WordPress admin -> WPML -> Support and it requests WP instalation.

March 16, 2015 at 12:36 pm #579109


Can you please check your .htaccess file or try to activate WP_DEBUG from your wp-config.php file.

As far as I can see there there is no issue with WPML at this end. You can also try to check your issue by deactivating your WPML plugin.

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