2 months, 1 week ago eskwkParticipant
As I have spanish english and italian clients, I am trying to figure out what could be the best way to create a registration process that I can translate with wpml plugin, in order to have it in 3 different languages.
Basically the end result should be 3 different url
/it/register (italian) and then
and also 3 url for templates and best would be also to have the registration forms to follow the language process too.
The process should be:
Choosing the template –> Choosing the plan –> complete the registration.
However as I have some templates that require a pro plan and other just a basic plan I would need also to have the basic plan price table to be obfuscated via css in case the chosen template is not for basic plan.
As I am using elementor visual composer I was thinking that one possibility would be to recreate the first 2 steps of the registration process completely on different pages using the shortcodes or better the plan link recreating the price tables and maybe also the templates page but in this case as I will make the user chose the template first I don’t know how to force the template selection variable into the links or into the registration process.
Another solution would be eventually to override the wp page templates as described in another post in this forum, in order to make the basic price table to disappear once an advanced template will be selected.
But in this case I would need to know where to get the selected template variable in order to code the condition for the css to make the basic plan obfuscated, and also I don’t know how to make the 3 pages for the 3 different languages to appear and how to translate the strings in the table, also considering that I would like to customize heavily the strings in the pricing plan.
I would love to have some suggestions on what could be the best way to achieve the result without compromizing too much the wpultimo functionality and some code suggestion to make it work best.
Hope you can help
Andrea2 months, 1 week ago eskwkParticipant
UPDATE: No need to answer to this topic, as I used the solution Arindo gave in this post:
For the one interested, basically using the Plan Custom URL with the ?template_id= added, I have been able to create the pages I needed.
Thanks Arindo for the suggestions I love this plugin.
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