And, how about the second code which must go immediately after the opening <b><body></b> tag?
As I said previously, the code did not work properly when added to the <head>.
I was able to translate the widget “Recent Articles” by creating one widget to each language. However, I still am unable to translate “Read time”.
Please find the info access in the private field.
Please, check my website in the private field.
I have added the Google Tag Manager code to the header.php in my child template but, it does not work. I had to install a Google Analytics plugin to at least have the data from GA. However, I would like to add tags on GTM as well.
Sorry, I sent the wrong link above. Please consider this one.
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If you can also check the website on a mobile phone you can see that the blog pages aren’t displaying right.
It still is not working.
Would you please be able to log in to my website and check it for me?
If you look at the Gillion demo layout, the blog post is boxed in all screen sizes.
After I replaced the default header for the Elementor header, the blog post is now taking the whole screen and it is not boxed as it is supposed to be. Please see the images attached.
It actually worked now, I can see the header, however, the layout in blog pages has changed completely. I have the “Port attribute” set as “Template: Default template”, I tried changing this settings but the layout does not go back to the original Gillion demo layout.
Is it possible to use the Elementor Pro header and keep the Gillion framework for the blog pages.
Thanks for the reply.
In the Gillion>Theme settings>Header>Content Above Header.
“Content Above Header<span class=”description”>Choose WPBakery page builder created page template and add any information above the header you like”</span>
Is it possible to work around my issue by installing the WPBakery page builder and adding a menu above the header?