Struggling with Adding Languages
Hi, I’ve added WPML to my site and have asked for French and Dutch as additional languages, but when i go to Theme plugin and locilalization it is showing the code ofQuote:File not found
but then saysQuote:File Exists
and I cant for the life of me get the small flags to show on my site at the top? Any help would be great, thanks 🙂Admin
You’re seeing something like this, correct:
That’s because you don’t have the language files for WordPress in the
wp-content/languagesfolder, but you do have the language file for Graphene in the theme’s languages folder.
To make your site fully multilingual, you need to have at least two sets of language files, one for WordPress core and another for the theme. You can download the language files for WordPress core by downloading the language-specific WordPress package, and then upload those language files to the folder indicated above.
See this page for language-specific WordPress packages:
I said at least two sets because your plugins may need translation too, though the translation files for plugins (if they are available) are typically already included and set up along with the plugins, just like it is with themes.
Thanks for that, I have just had a look and the
wp-content/languagesis not in there, do I create that folder, and copy in the language files? or do I have to actually install the other language? if so how do I do this without overwriting my site?
Am still struggling with this, I have installed:
Theme Blvd WPML Bridge
WPML Flag in Menu Extended
WPML Multilingual CMS
I now have the flags appearing, but when I click on a different language it gives me errors? let me know, the top drop down doe snot work but the menu at the bottom does? sorry, really stuck with this one??
here is the page PageAdmin
Sorry for all the question marks.
I have solved the issue, but my problem now is I am trying to move the language selection from the menu to the top of the page (where the fb logo is) but it does not move when I select it to be in the top header? Thanks for the help 🙂Admin
I have tried that but it still appears below the fb icon and almost as though it is in the header image?
Which one of these would be the same as the facebook icon, and next to it?
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