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  • Hello,

    I have three questions:
    1) is the Health Theme compatible with WPML plugin?
    2) where to change the “Read more…” text? I’d like it in my language and wihtout dots.
    3) how to NOT make the text “admin” appear under every post? just showing the category?

    Thank you,
    DM

    4) how to remove the “No comments” text under each posts? Comments are not available anyways.

    Best,
    DM

    Hi,

    1. We’ve never tested it with the WPML plugin, so I’m not sure if it’s compatible or not.

    2. Do you mean the “read more” in the blog posts? If yes, have you used a shortcode?

    3 + 4. You can add this in WP admin -> Appearance -> Theme Options -> General -> Extra CSS Content:

    .blogentry_aside .icon-user, .blogentry_aside .meta-author, .blogentry_aside .meta-comments, .blogentry_aside .icon-comments {
    display:none;
    }

    Hello,

    alright so do you have a suggestion to make the template/website multilingual? Italian and English is sufficient.

    I tried you CSS code and it worked.

    As for the “read more…” yes there is this code on the page via dashboard: [recent_posts before=”” image=”true” headline=”true” after=”” number=”4″ column=”4″]

    So I guess it is something that has to do with the template. I just want to change the text to “Leggi” and in English version later.

    Thank you,
    DM

    To make it available with more than one language you can try this plugin:

    https://de.wordpress.org/plugins/qtranslate-x/installation/

    The text “read more” is hard coded, you can change in in the file “shortcodes.php” in the “7league/” folder, line 2315

    Great, that code solved it.

    As for the qTranslate pluin, I downloaded, installed and activated it.

    The visitors need to see the little button somewhere up in the header, but I can’t figure out how and where. There is a widget I can only place in the sidebars or footer. But there is no sidebar in the Homepage or header.

    Is there a way to place the flags/texts up somewhere near the main menu, aside or above it?

    Thakn you,
    DM

    Hi,

    in the header is no widget area. If you want, you can ask the author of the plugin if there is a shortcode available for the flaggs, then you can place it in the header.php file

    Hello,

    I’d like to add this code:

    <?php do_action(‘wpml_add_language_selector’); ?>

    to header.php

    in order to show the flags for the languages to the visitors.

    You said “contact the author” > are you not the author? Who then is the author?

    Where should I precisely add this code?

    Thank you,
    DM

    SOLVED.

    Ok, I’m glad it’s working.

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