Opened 7 months ago

Closed 3 months ago

#7346 closed enhancement (wontfix)

Update the es_ES site menu (

Reported by: javiercasares's profile JavierCasares Owned by:
Milestone: Priority: normal
Component: International Sites (Rosetta) Keywords:



We'd like to update the site menu for the WordPress España site.

Should look like this, so it's more like the global / English one.

Noticias (
Escaparate ( -newwindow-
Alojamiento ( -newwindow-
|-> Temas (
|-> Plugins (
|-> Patrones (
|-> Bloques (
|-> Openverse ( -newwindow-
|-> Aprende WordPress (
|-> Foros (
|-> Desarrolladores ( -newwindow-
|-> ( -newwindow-
|-> Involúcrate ( -newwindow-
|-> Directorio de Fotos ( -newwindow-
|-> Five for the Future ( -newwindow-
|-> WordCamp ( -newwindow-
|-> Meetup ( -newwindow-
|-> Bolsa de trabajo ( -newwindow-
Acerca de
|-> Acerca de WordPress (
|-> Empresa ( -newwindow-
|-> Gutenberg (
|-> Tienda de regalos ( -newwindow-

Would it be possible to update it?

Change History (4)

#1 @mrfoxtalbot
3 months ago

Thank you for opening this issue. I took a look but the navigation section is coming from a locked pattern and I do not know how to edit it. I think @foosantos and @jordesign might be able to help with this.

#2 @foosantos
3 months ago

Hi folks, I believe by default you have most of the menu items hardcoded for the Rosetta theme, and you only add/edit the additional menu items:

This means that the only thing that you can do is translate the other menu items on

@tobifjellner, can you confirm if that's the case? Not sure if I'm missing something here.

If that's indeed the case, we would likely need to edit it to be more like that on all the Rosetta sites.

#3 @tobifjellner
3 months ago

Hi friends.
Yep, @foosantos got it right. The "mandatory" menu items (and their order) are hardcoded and translated via Whatever you add in the admin interface will land after the centrally added items.

#4 @tobifjellner
3 months ago

  • Resolution set to wontfix
  • Status changed from new to closed

Also. I'm closing this ticket. For changes to the local menu items no ticket is needed.

If you want to change the central menu for all Rosetta sites, then a new ticket is best, with clear description and arguments for the changes requested.

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