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Integrating Transposh plugin (translation plugin) to Live Editor

If you want to create a multi-language OP2 site, then please try Transposh, a free localization WP plugin. 

To integrate the translation bar to your OP2 page, please go to the Live Editor of the specific page >> Add Element >> Custom HTML/Shortcode element >> insert this code below:

[tp widget="flags/tpw_flags_css.php"]

Save when done. Go to the frontend and you'll see a dropdown to select the language of your choice. Just localize the texts at the frontend and update.

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