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Tagged: Install and update
|April 3, 2019 at 9:40 am #3524123|
we have a multiste network using WordPress, WooCommerce and WPML.
Eyerything was running fine the last month until I updated WordPress yesterday from 4.9.X to the current version. I also updated WPML, WooCommerce and all other plugins to the current versions.
The same happens correct at the shop Installation:
But when I log into the WordPress-Admin as a customer or admistrator (doesn't matter), some parts of the backend are in german and some in english. Example: User menu upper right corner (see screenprint english_menu.png). And the englisch language files for WordPress and WooCommerce are used in the front when logged in for both sites and not the german ones.
Please check the screenshot (english_after_login.png), which shows the exact 404 error page like above, but after the admin login. It is now in english language. When I logout it is in german again.
When I visit the network settings page, the menu in the admin (upper right) is displayed correct in german (same as default language). Not sure why it is correct here.
To me it seems like that after the update something with the language files is wrong maybe!?
I was only able to insert one debug log into the field below. I inserted the debug Log from the Web-Subsite and not from the Shop-Subsite.
It would be amazing, if you can check and help me to fix this as soon as possible, because the client wants to start his eshop this week.
Please contact me if you need more information.
|April 3, 2019 at 12:16 pm #3525973|
Languages: English (English ) Spanish (Español )
Timezone: Europe/Madrid (GMT+02:00)
I´ll be helping you with this issue.
1. Please upload screenshots for the following
Just as an FYI: once WPML is active, the site language is more-or-less disregarded with the default language taking over that is set in WPML > Languages > Site Languages. The languages you see once you are logged in will be determined by the languages set in your user profile.
So I just need to see these values to complete the picture of the situation you have.
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