I've been having ongoing problems with partial translations that I haven't been able to solve completely.
In your FAQ, you write that there are NO conflicts with SH404SEF.
Yet, above you imply that we should set "Activate SEO management" to No in SH404SEF?
Would you please advise if, in fact, there is some kind of conflict between Gtranslate Pro and SH404SEF?
Please try to add the following lines in shsep.php after defined( '_JEXEC' ) or die( 'Restricted access' ); line.
// fix for gtranslate
$uri =& JURI::getInstance();
$router =& $mainframe->getRouter();
// sh404sef fix
$session = & JFactory::getSession();
$lang = $session->get('glang');
$_SERVER['REQUEST_URI'] = str_replace('/'.$lang.'/', '/', $_SERVER['REQUEST_URI']);
You can disable the joomla plugin version and install the general version which does not conflict with any extension. Also you can try to contact SH404SEF support team and ask them to fix the issue.
You can install GTranslate Pro General. Here is the manual: https://gtranslate.io/docs/57-gtranslat ... on#general
Also you can consider using our new Enterprise service.
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