not all translatable elements found and subtitle does not change

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    Anonymous

    Okay, I’ve figured out the problem with the terms from _e() not showing up in xili-dictionary: there can be no space between the first parenthesis and the term itself.

    I had _e( ‘archive’, ‘primitive’ ) but it seems _e(‘archive’, ‘primitive’) is all that works.

    You have designed a great plugin here! I noticed most documentation comes from xili itself. Once I am done with my project I will write up a blog post about the process of using xili trinity for creating a multilingual blog.

    Now if I could only get that silly tagline to work…

    #2881

    Anonymous

    Ha!

    Spoke too soon. I’ve gotten the tagline to work properly.

    One of the problems I ran into was that I initially named one of my languages ‘nederlands’ in xili-language. Now I know that the name must be the ISO code in order for the whole thing to work properly.

    Thanks for the great plugins!

    #2882

    xiligroup dev
    Keymaster

    Thanks for your contributions, your question and your self answers on dev.xiligroup.com forum… After a busy week, some notes:

    You are right in the target of the free WP plugins… how to bring something in this area ?

    – by donation – xili-language trilogy is used probably by around 1000 users but nobody donate.. :-(

    – by ordering services – few but very professional webmasters (wordwide) involved in commercial websites ordered me half or more days for training about multilingual website

    – by animating forum – now only to ask questions

    – by adding some reviews or how to use on their own blogs or technical site (or WP repository) : less than fingers of hand…

    It is the price of the success… and I like to explain that when I go in a WordCamp…

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