Posts by Karolina_N

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Karolina_N says

Hmm I do not really get what the quick list will do?

I have implemented the code into the plugins files but nothing shows up and there is really no explanation on git-hub either. :)

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Karolina_N says


But to be clear… Is there a way to duplicate a template or do you mean that I should make a new one and fill it with the elements that matches the other one manually?

I really wish there was, but currently aqua page builder doesn’t have that capability.


If I where more skilled on the code I would do one page-builder page per languege so I didn’t have to flickr through a “million” tabs on the top menu of the page bilder. :) Do you know anyone who could fix that part? ;) Not for free of course. :D

Provided you’re just using the bare bones aqua page builder from either GitHub or the WP Plugin Repository, and not a modified version with extra blocks in a theme or anything, then you can download my Fork of the plugin in which I’ve added a quick list selector for page templates.

https://github.com/tommusrhodus/Aqua-Page-Builder

Unfortunatly it is an implemented page builder into a theme. But thanks for this. If I just get some starter points I usually figure things out even though I’m not some super-hacker. ;)

Again thank you for your help. I will look into this. :)

//Karolina

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Karolina_N says


Please answer. I have written on several support forums without any response.. :(

Bare in mind that Aqua Page builder is a free product and as such does not guarantee any support from SyamilMJ.

I found that the best way of translating the page builder with WPML;

1. Make exact duplicate versions of your page templates per language.

2. Duplicate your published pages per language, and then drop the appropriate language version in each page. This means you won’t have to use language shortcodes in the page builder.

Of course I didn’t mean it like that..sorry :(

Thanks for your response! That is absolutley a soulution. I just thaught that it would be complicated for the user(client) who is not familiar with this type of editing tool, to edit text and images by them self (could be a good thing for me though) ;)

But to be clear… Is there a way to duplicate a template or do you mean that I should make a new one and fill it with the elements that matches the other one manually?

If I where more skilled on the code I would do one page-builder page per languege so I didn’t have to flickr through a “million” tabs on the top menu of the page bilder. :) Do you know anyone who could fix that part? ;) Not for free of course. :D

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Karolina_N says

I believe you can use shortcode to translate text strings in the block, something like:
[wpml_translate lang="en_EN"]Hi, my name is Syamil[/wpml_translate]
[wpml_translate lang="fr_FR"]Bonjour, I don't speak French[/wpml_translate]

Is there any translation plugin that is compatible with this page builder? Using shortcodes and such only makes it that much harder for the final client to change text and such.

Please answer. I have written on several support forums without any response.. :(

//Karolina

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