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Most of the time I use the featured page widget on the homepage. On website with only one language there is no problem. I just fill in my custom read more text. But on multilingual websites that is the only part that canh't be translated, since the string in the featured-page-widget.php is not translatable.
I found this thread on wpml:
I don't what to make changes in the core files of genesis. Can I add something to my functions.php or better - can this string made translatable as suggested on the wpml forum?
The easy solution is to install the WPML Widget: https://wordpress.org/plugins/wpml-widgets/
Then you add a Featured Page widget per language and set the language for that widget.
That is not the easy solution. Then I have a double amount of widgets just because that little string is not made translation-ready. In the next update of Genesis it should be fixed. Then people have the choise. Translate that string, or use the wpml widget. Personally I don't like to have more widgets then is neccessairy. The content of the featured page widget is translated and showing the right language. It's just that string.
I have the same issue on a website with 3 languages.
I also would like the string to be translatable, I don't like another widget.
I don’t what to make changes in the core files of genesis.
Can I add something to my functions.php or better – can this string made translatable as suggested on the wpml forum?
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