I think I have a similar problem. Some parts of
https://sk.libreoffice.org/download/download/ are in English and cannot
be translated in Silverstripe.
They are translated for other languages, so there must be a way how to
translate that. But how?
On 4/13/20 12:52 PM, sophi wrote:
Le 09/04/2020 à 01:49, Luca Daghino @ Libero a écrit :
Anybody can give a little help localizing the "Donate" page of the
I'm trying to update the already existing italian page; I'd like to add
the "Donate your time" part, but I can't find a way to add it.
In the html code in SilverStripe that part is missing (or... I can't see
it); in pootle the italian part for the web is completely translated; in
weblate I can't find anything related to the website.
I've also tried creating a new "donate page" for the italian section (in
case the donate page template had changed), but got the same results.
In the english page I can also see a horizontal bar (Subsite operations)
that is not present in the italian page, but that bar is empty, so I
don't understand if it's really needed. When creating the italian donate
page from scratch, that bar is not created, though the chosen page type
is "Donate page", just like the original english page.
Besides, I may be wrong, but it seems to me also in the english page the
text showing up in the published page is partially different from the
text appearing inside SilverStripe.
I think part of it is on the CSS. I'm adding Mike in copy because he
might know better than me.
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