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Last updated by Cristina 1 year, 5 months ago.

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September 25, 2018 at 12:11 pm #2763681


we are using Beaver Themer on our website.
When we edit a page with the translation managment, we don't see the builded row in the good order... even if we add new row in front, and then we move it for exemple at the top of page, this translated "new" row is shown at the end of the translated managment page...

Is there a way to reorder the content to have exactly the same as in front ?


September 26, 2018 at 4:28 pm #2768095


Hello Boris,

thanks for contacting us on this and sorry for any delays.

Using the Translation Editor this is not possible and it can't be changed with any workaround.

If you are using the Translation Editor I am afraid that this is the way it works:

When a page is build and saved for the first time, the content of the page builder elements are stored for the translation editor and show up in the translation mask.

Usually the order of elements corresponds to the order of appearance in the content fields for that page.

If new elements are added or when the page is updated with new content, the new added elements will be added to the existing fields in the translation mask after the existing fields.

This will only happen in the backend of the Translation Editor. The layout will be respected, but the new translatable texts will be added to the maks under the existing fields.

If you change to the manual translation mode, you will be able to translate in the same layout as the original page, so you can edit with the visual page builder.

I am sorry, kind regards,