Enables a prepended 'language' segment of all site urls, which can be used to determine the current viewing language.
Yes. This plugin prepends a 'language' url segment to most of your site urls. This applies to urls that point to posts, pages, custom post types, tags, categories, custom taxonomies, feeds, author pages, archive pages, comments, and search.
You can use the built-in WordPress function
get_query_var('lang') to determine the current viewing language.
This function will return the current viewing language abbreviation, as determined by this plugin, based on the
current url, and the current plugin settings.
It only modifies the dynamically generated links. If you have links that you have manually added to your content,
those links are not modified. Only links that are generated via the
get_permalink() WordPress function are
modified by this plugin.
No. You can only prepend the language url segment. (ie: http://example.com/en/12/21/2012/end-of-the-world/)
Requires: 3.6.1 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.8.17
Last Updated: 3 years ago
Active Installs: Less than 10
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