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I previously posted about my 2nd language pages returning different markup tags to the originals . WPML identified it as a compatibility problem between WPML and Genesis Connect plugin for woocommerce, after a duplicate of my site in a test environment.
This is the link to WPML support regarding the issue.
The previous post has been marked resolved as the problem and temporary solution was identified (adding the xhtml classes to the .css), although a proper resolution will take time, however the name of the post and tags were unsuitable for anyone else experiencing a similar problem to easily find my post. This second post should suffice.http://69th-dept.com/shop
A kind fellow has offered a suggestion to fix this problem. I haven't tested it yet, but if anyone else has come across the problem it may be of use to them.
From Nick Cernis:
It sounds like Genesis Connect may be missing the template for product categories, which could cause issues with WPML if it loads a custom template for translated pages.
You can try the following as a workaround:
Copy the contents of the file at wp-content/plugins/genesis-connect-woocommerce/templates/taxonomy.php to your clipboard.
Create a new folder at wp-content/themes/your-theme/woocommerce/ if it does not exist already.
Create a file in the woocommerce folder called taxonomy-product_cat.php, and paste the contents of the taxonomy.php file that you copied in step 1.
Save your changes and then visit your translated product category page.
You should find that the Genesis Connect layout is then applied to both your original product category page and the translated one.
OnTheGoSystems emailed me this morning to let me know that the Genesis Connect plugin has been fixed so that it now works properly with WPML, as such it has been added to their list of compatible plugins.
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