Support » Plugin: Sublanguage » F i n a l l y

  • All I can say is, this plugin doesn’t unnecessarily change how your site works. Good for devs, bad for people who are lazy/don’t want to understand how translations in WordPress work.

    My only concern is it will be abandonned. To the DEV: I hope you’re still working on it and have a team to support you.

    Adding languages in the native WP menus is a little quirky but WORKS.

    I have not tested with Woocommerce, but using it on quite a few of my content sites. Great for developers and websites trying to keep a lightweight multilingual site (WPML is garbage + a big liability in this regard).

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  • Thanks for review!

    My only concern is it will be abandonned

    This is an absolutly right concern! When q-Translate was abandonned years ago, I decided I would not trust any other plugin for a feature as essential as multi-language. That’s why I created Sublanguage in the first place.

    To the DEV: I hope you’re still working on it and have a team to support you.

    There isn’t but the plugin is on github: anyone can enroll! I’m still working on it because I use it on most website I develop, which is my main activity.

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