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WPMultiLanguageChanger

Description

This plugin allows you to write posts in more than one language, all you have to
do is to add some divs to your posts, each div with a class, that is the
language’s name. This way your readers will be able to just click in the flags
and change between languages.

Installation

  1. Upload wpmultilanguagechanger to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory.
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress.
  3. Write some posts using special divs (See FAQ).
  4. Enjoy your multi language blog!

FAQ

How do I define a language?

Just create a div using a class with the language code, for example:
I write posts in Brazilian Portuguese and English, so what I have to do is write
my Portuguese text inside a div that class is “pt_br” and my English text
inside a div that class is “en”.
Here is an example:
<div class=”en”>English</div> <div class=”pt_br”>Português</div>.

Contributors & Developers

“WPMultiLanguageChanger” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

Changelog

Version 0.5

  1. Fixed a bug in flags box’s display. Thanks René Kooijman.

Version 0.4

  1. Stoped showing the flags div in non multi language posts.
  2. Added eight more flags.
  3. Added a border to the active flag.

Version 0.3

  1. Blog posts where empty for rss readers.

Version 0.2

  1. Fixed the flag’s images path problem. (Thanks PotHix)

Version 0.1

  1. First release.