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    Ervin Mcfadden

    Hi VW team,

    Multilingual support was mentioned in the advertisement material and I was wondering what was the best way to access this feature in the theme.


    developer vwtheme


    Yes, multilingual support is there.

    You can use google translator plugin or any other plugin as per your need from site.

    If you want only in one language, so also we have that functionality, please let us know your response.


    Ervin Mcfadden

    Ok I’ve gotten the Polylang plugin to work for the site in every page except for the homepage. It seems there are two issues:

    1. When i duplicate the homepage, the page that is not listed as the static homepage shows up as a 404 error.

    2. If the duplicate were to work could i edit the text in customize for each home page separately or would the homepages have to have the same text because they are edited in the customize feature?

    Thanks I appreciate the support

    developer vwtheme


    Thank You for choosing us!

    Kindly provide us the Site URL to review so that we could provide you a solution.

    Thank You

    Ervin Mcfadden

    developer vwtheme


    Thanks for your post.

    You need to use the polylang free plugin and follow the below steps:

    The free version of POEdit doesn’t have the “Translate WordPress theme or plugin” functionality, but you can still generate the .po/.mo files used to translate your plugin with these instructions:

    Download POEdit
    Run POEdit, then go to File > New…
    Select the language of your translation strings in the plugin
    Go to File > Save and save the file somewhere (recommended to put it in the languages folder inside your plugin)
    Click “Extract From Sources”
    Click the small “+” button under “Paths” (bottom left corner) and select the main folder of your plugin
    Click the “Sources Keywords” tab along the top
    Click the small add button (second from the left)
    Enter __ (that’s two underscores) then press enter
    Click on the small add button again, then enter _e (underscore then e) and press enter
    Repeat to add any additional functions you might have used to translate in your plugin, such as esc_html__ (with two underscores at the end)
    Click OK
    Verify all your strings were found, otherwise go to Catalog > Properties… in the menu and add any additional translation functions (like esc_attr__) in the Sources Keywords tab
    Go to File > Save to save your .mo file again
    Include the .po and .mo files in your plugin’s languages/ folder or make it available for download somewhere.

    There are also paid plugins available for language translation.

    Thank You.

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