Logo or tagline in different languages

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  • #1823

    nedim
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    Hi Andrew, my site is called “Nedim Hazar” and then the tagline or subtitle “Film & Music – Turkey”. The subtitle is necessary. Since there is no tagline in the Ikebana template, I thought it appropriate to have three different logos for my three languages. How can I do that?
    Best, Nedim

    #1834

    satori
    Member

    Hey Nedim,

    this depends on the multilingual plugin you are using; the general principle would be to have PHP a rule in the “header.php” template file that would display three kinds of images depending on the language setting of the current page. Such customizations are unfortunately out of the scope of the standard ThemeForest theme support offer; I can advise several freelancer services, such as Fiverr and Tweaky, which should be really helpful in such situations.

    Sincerely,
    Andrew / Satori Studio

    #1839

    nedim
    Participant

    Hi Andrew,

    I got the code for different logos on different language-pages from WPML. But I couldn’t place it correctly in the header php. As a result the logo shows up twice and the correct one is not linked to the start page.
    Could you possibly help me place the extra code in its correct place?
    Best, Nedim

    At the moment the code goes:

    <a href="” data-filter=”*” >

    #1840

    satori
    Member

    Hey Nedim,

    the code was inserted incorrectly, and the original logo was left intact, which caused the problems you described above; I’ve rearranged the code, now it should work as intended – please take a look.

    Sincerely,
    Andrew / Satori Studio

    #1841

    nedim
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    Thanks very much Andrew!

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