Shogun section not detected by translate and adapt?

Shogun section not detected by translate and adapt?

FUPN
New Member
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Hello,

I built my website with Shogun and I'm very happy about it and how it interacts with Translate and adapt but I have several problems:

I have a product recommandation quizz from revenue hunt, because it is an iframe, the Translate and Adapt plugin cannot detect and translate it, this is fine, I just made several versions of the quizz in several languages

Then for my home page I have been able to edit the link the button redirects to in the translation so that when the page is displayed in english it redirects to a different link than when the page is displayed in french, that way people are redirected to a quizz in the right language

But then I have a problem, I also have a link to this quizz in my header, in the menu and Translate and Adapt does not allow me to change the links from the menu, I can change the menu text but not the link to which the menu directs me

To solve it I created a section in Shogun with a button, hoping I'll be able to directly edit the HTML like I was able to do for my home page, however that section is not even detected by adapt and translate it seems like and completely ignored in the translation with no way of translating manually
Could you help me?

On the image below you can see the sections I am talking to as the pink banners

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The sections are called "quizz"

 



Best,
H

Replies 4 (4)

richbrown_staff
Shopify Staff
651 95 160

Hi H, nice looking site. The true solve for this is coming soon: the ability to have different menus in different markets. In the short term, you'll need a way of having a different link based on language. You're on the right track. If you could somehow add an HTML block (probably best to not use Shogun to ensure maximum compatibility) which makes use of HTML translation in Translate & Adapt, you should be able to achieve this. Here's an example I've made: https://lets-go-localization.myshopify.com/ - you'll see that if you change the language to French, the destination of the links is different.

To learn more visit the Shopify Help Center or the Community Blog.

FUPN
New Member
6 0 0

Hello Rich!

Thanks you, yes I am also able to do it with buttons on Shogun pages, however I cannot do anything with the sections as they are not detected (and that was my only alternative to a header menu as I cannot replace the links from the header menu)

Do you have an ETA as to when those menus per market would become available?

Best,
Hadrien

richbrown_staff
Shopify Staff
651 95 160

Thanks for coming back Hadrien! Could you make a vid and show me the problem either here or via DM? Can you do what you were doing with Shogun but with a standard section?

 

Can't share exact ETA but it's this year

To learn more visit the Shopify Help Center or the Community Blog.

Transcy
Shopify Partner
285 19 85

Hello @FUPN ,

 

Here are some suggestions to address the specific issues you mentioned:

  • Product recommendation quiz in an iframe: Since the Translate and Adapt plugin cannot detect and translate content within iframe, you can create separate versions of the quiz in multiple languages to solve the problem. As long as the different versions of the quiz accurately reflect the content in each language, users can access the appropriate version based on their language preferences.
  • Different links for the home page button: It's great that you were able to edit the link the button redirects to in the translation for your home page. To achieve the same functionality for the link in your header menu, you can customize the header menu using Shogun's features or consider using a Shopify app that allows you to create multilingual menus.
  • Translating links in a Shogun section: If the section you created in Shogun is not being detected or translated by the Translate and Adapt plugin, you may need to manually translate the link within the HTML code of that section. If the section supports HTML editing, you can modify the link directly in the HTML to direct users to the appropriate URL based on the selected language.

Hope this can help.

Transcy.

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