- Added the possibility to translate dynamic fields in Avada 6.2.
- Added the possibility to use translated layouts in translated posts in Avada 6.2.
- Added translation icons for Avada Layouts and Sections.
- Fixed the translation dialog’s overflow for taxonomies with lots of custom fields.
- Fixed the Sticky Links feature for posts that use “use translation if available or fallback to default language” configuration.
- Fixed an issue where it was allowed to see translations of posts in any custom public status.
- Fixed deleting of attachment files when the “When deleting a post, delete translations as well” option was set and WPML had 3 or more configured languages.
- Fixed an issue with Elementor page with only link fields which were not automatically converted.
- Fixed the Media Carousel link that was not automatically converted.
- Fixed an issue with empty Beaver Builder translations that contain only one global module.
- Fixed an issue with Beaver Builder where a saved module was not translatable when created within a page on the front-end editor.
- Added a warning message when trying to edit a translation on the front-end with Avada Fusion Builder.
- Fixed adding language switchers to custom widget areas.
- (Google XML Sitemaps) Fixes for the URL format when the post/page slug is the same across translations.
- Keep the current language when searching with Divi.
- Allow sticky links to be reverted in Divi global elements.
- Fixed an issue with the presence of the language switcher in the menu when it is not expected.
- Fixed the language filter links for Beaver Builder’s templates/columns/rows/modules.
- Fixed an issue where Beaver Builder’s global module strings were wrongly showing in the translation job of the page where it was embedded.
- Fixed the display of Elementor’s maintenance mode.
- Fixed an issue so that now, we won’t try loading Divi’s theme builder compatibility code if the theme builder is not present.
- Fixed a bug preventing to auto-convert a link in a page builder when it was already converted.
- Removed obsolete integration with ElasticPress.
- Added a fix to allow translating background images in Divi columns.
- Fixed the styles for Elementor’s template translations.
- Fixed saving of Elementor image’s custom caption.
- Fixed an issue with missing categories on secondary language when the “display as translated” mode is enabled.
Download and Update
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