or is it something I haven't set up correctly?
The scenario is this. I have a bilingual site (german and ENglish) with English set as the default language. I have been noticing that a lot of visitors to the site have URL's that look something like this;
I have tested the site with many different browsers and finally came upon the problem. If I configure my Firefox browser to only look for French pages (for example) I can easily simulate this error.
Basically, the browser is requesting a language other than German or English. I guess that WP_Multilingual is trying to send out the page in English but all the user sees is this URL I indicated above. "Blog/e/e/e/e/e/e..." and puts the browser in and endless loop. When I tried this for my French example Firefox told me it could not open the site because it was being sent into an endless loop. WHy is this????
I have visitors from other countries, Italy and Japan for example who are most likely using localized browsers. I would imagine that they have not set up English or German as a language in their browser preference.
So why cannot WP_Multiligual automatically send the pages with the default language (i.e. English - en) if the user browsing the site is using a foreign language browser?
This is starting to bug me as my StatPress database if quickly filling up with those nasty "blog/e/e/e/e/e" stats and is not letting users see my site.
Anyone have a fix for this behaviour?
Thanks a bunch.