Pro 4.1.4 not working with WPML

I have several multilingual websites using WPML and the Pro theme. After updating to Pro 4.1.4 editing translated language pages is not possible any more. The Pro editor is opening only the native language.

Please can you have a look to this and come with a patch?

Best regards, Seppe

Hello @seppeg,

Thanks for writing in! Could you please update to the latest versions?
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Hello @ruenel,

Thanks for reaching out. I did upgrade to the latest versions (you gave). This didn’t solve the issue. Please have a look to the website. I provided all the needed information.

Best regards, Seppe

Hi @ruenel,

I made a video to illustrate the issue.

The main language of the website is dutch, if you go to the secondary language french; then go to “Pro -> Edit page”. The page builder is loading, please keep an eye on the url. The page builder is loading the french page id; then it forwards to the dutch page id and loads the dutch page.

Have a look at

Best regards, Seppe


I have exactly the same issue on my website. Can you help me with this ?


Hey Seppe and Marie,

I checked the home page and the translated page can be edited. You need to use the Translation Flags located at the right bottom corner.

The language in the URL does not affect the functionality of the Translation in the Builder.

If you were able to go to the translated page directly previously, the behavior now might be intentional due to some WPML bug fixes.

Hope that helps.

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Hi @christian, thanks for pointing out. Using the language flags instead works fine.

Best regards, Seppe

Hi Seppe,

You’re welcome and it’s our pleasure to help you. If you have any other concerns regarding our theme features, feel free to reach us.

Thank you.

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