Thanks but the issue doesn't have anything to do with being able to see the Spanish translation. That part works fine.
To replicate the problem, while you're on the English version of the site please go to the GTranslate module at the bottom of the page and click on English. You will see that when you do that, the site translates to Afrikaans instead of staying in English.
We are having the same problem. Upon hitting the site, the language is English. If, under the GTranslate dropdown, English is chosen, the page is translated to Afrikaans. One then has to chose Spanish, and then Ingles to get back to English. Our URL is:
Thanks again, Yana. When we used "Redirect" we lost a lot of styling, so we opted to hack the dropdown menu and commented out the "Select Language" option. Now, the page starts with "English" selected in the dropdown menu, and the only items in the menu are "English" and "Spanish". Seems to work well.
Hi, It is in the source code of the GTranslate free module. If you are using joomla module it should be in \modules\mod_gtranslate\tmpl\default.php file. For wordpress it is in the /wp-content/plugins/gtranslate/gtranslate.php file