First of all: I love the plug-in.
I am using the pluging as a widget and would like to change the headline style to my regular h5 heading. Wrapping the text in <h5> </h5> did not work.
Further, I am using a multi-lanuage plug-in. How can I translate the headline, usually I use [:en] english text [:de] german text but this doesn’t work.
Here is an example of how I use the plugin: http://onegreatadventure.net/gear/hiking-boots-salomon-quest-4d-gtx-womens/
Kerstin2 years, 11 months ago #685
1) The text in the header of the widget I’m working.
2) What I do not understand the translation referred to.2 years, 11 months ago #725
Thanks for your reply, looking forward to the feature.
Regarding the translation: I am using a multilingual plugin mqtranslate (will switch to qtranslate-x) and you can use tags like “[:en] english text [:de] German text [:]” to change the text in a field depending on the selection of the language switcher. This doesn’t work with your plugin.
Kerstin2 years, 11 months ago #728
And that part of Yuzo want to change the language ?, because the plugin only has a field that is “Top Text” and is the only one you have accessed manually in the language you want.2 years, 11 months ago #730
Yes, with the qtranlate plugin I could make the headline/top text change depending on what language is selected. Let me specify the example.
(0) Input in the back end in the headline field:
“[:en] English text [:de] German text [:]”
(1) Frontend output if english is selected:
(2) Frontend output if german is selected:
Does that make sense to you?2 years, 11 months ago #731
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