WordPress Content Management
WordPress Content Management service of Wordune is an essential package without which a business/website owner cannot count on considerable achievements. To keep up with trends in your business, you must constantly update your content by rephrasing the scripts or injecting additional new content while migrating to a new platform like WordPress in projects such as WPBakery to Elementor (Pro). To achieve a faster loading time, you may also need to optimize your entire image repository and decrease its size dramatically. WordPress Content Management service of Wordune can handle all these content-related tasks faster and more efficiently on your behalf. Responsiveness is another crucial matter since every page owner tries to offer the best user experience for its clients. Nowadays, clients navigate websites through different mobile & tablet devices or browsers. A poor interface or corrupted sections on your website get labeled as an untrusted website, and clients lose. Another most-wanted service in our WordPress Content Management is the multi-language topic. Most of our clients always ask for this service since they want to reach more people and be more accessible to their customers. We do not offer translation services here but prepare and inject their content into their desired language.
After using our WordPress Content Management service, we offer clients additional help such as WordPress Web Design and WordPress Speed Optimization services.
Hello. For one of my websites i need to setup WPML (i already have the license and will do the translations myself) but i can’t manage to do the setup myself. I already tried to set it up but there are too many weird things happening with the layout of my site (header, blogs,…) which i do not understand, so i deactivated all the WPML plugins on this particular site.
Can you help me with this?
Thanks for reaching out to us. WPML is compatible with a wide range of themes. Nevertheless, we need to look at the issue from the back end to determine what the problem is. Please submit a new project from here.
Here is a quick guide that might be helpful to set the theme options for each language:
1. Keep WPML deactivated
2. Go to Theme Options >Export Options
3. Copy the code to a text file for future reference.
4. Activate WPML
5. Select a specific language
6. Go to Theme Options > Import Options
7. Paste the code from your text file which you have from step 3
8. Save the settings.
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