Language switcher in header – polylang

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  • #1693638

    kofik00
    Participant

    Hi,

    I have a problem with polylang language switcher:

    Is it possible to show flag on this switch?

    Screen1: https://zapodaj.net/3bda507adea1a.png.html
    Screen2: https://zapodaj.net/f3bbd3ce35be5.png.html

    #1698360

    saudensabina
    Moderator

    Greetings @kofik00,

    Yes, it is possible to show the flag on the switch. It seems you have already added the Language switcher to your desired Menu location.

    Please click the dropdown of Language switcher, there you may tick the Displays flags option and save menu.

    Do let us know if you have further more query regarding our theme.

    Best Regards.

    #1699898

    kofik00
    Participant

    Hi, thanks, but flags are not visible in social menu in Flash Theme.

    I have CSS to show instagram, twitter, linkedin icons, but I don’t know how to show flags. Display flags is selected in option menu:

    }
    .social-menu li a[href*="instagram.com"]::before {
        content: "\f16d";
    }
    .social-menu li a[href*="instagram.com"]:hover {
        color: #333333 ;
    }
    .social-menu li a[href*="tumblr.com"]::before {
        content: "\f173";
    }
    .social-menu li a[href*="tumblr.com"]:hover {
        color: #333333 ;
    }
    #1718170

    saudensabina
    Moderator

    Greetings @kofik00,

    Please add the language switcher to your Social menu and click the dropdown of Language switcher, there you may tick the Displays flags option and save menu. If it still does not solve your issues then could you please send us your site URL and clarify the issue more clearly.

    Do let us know if you have further more query regarding our theme.

    Best Regards.

    #1828804

    informanic
    Participant

    I had the same issue. It turned out to be a simple sizing problem.
    Standard img settings of the Flash css has padding:10px. An image with the size less than 20px will simply be swallowed by that.

    So I changed the img padding in the style.css of the theme and the flags magically appeared.

    I hope this will not cause any other trouble than theme update issues.

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