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Our new ecommerce templates starting from GK StoreFront also override some “availability” images which you may have seen on a product page in the VirtueMart component; they’ve overridden the default ones.
If you are using our News Show Pro GK5 module for Joomla! and you would like to translate a word, phrase, or even a whole sentence from it, for example, “Read more”, “More work” and “See More” or simply change to another sentence – follow this guide and it will help you create a multilingual… Continue reading →
If English is not your native language you probably want to use the K2 component in another language(s), for example: German, Italian, Dutch, Greek, Japanese or Vietnamese. The translation installation will help you manage K2 items, K2 categories, settings options and of course should translate all phrases from the front-end which are available to the… Continue reading →
It may be hard to believe now, but once upon a time WordPress was just a simple blogging platform; no-one really knew that it was going to take off the way it did. Now here we are more than ten years later, and WordPress holds the lion’s share of the total CMS install base, thanks… Continue reading →
Translation is a crucial part of the website-localization process. If you use our J! templates, you may see that some phrases are only in English, even if you have installed the translation of Joomla! itself or a component (e.g. Virtuemart). Bear in mind that some of the untranslated phrases are not from the template but… Continue reading →
GavernWP fully supports translations. Due to differences resulting from the use of JSON files to generate theme options, a theme’s translation should be done in three places: