Support » Plugin: Multisite Language Switcher » from MultilingualPress to Multisite Language Switcher

  • Resolved terry789

    (@terry789)


    Hello,

    I currently use MultilingualPress 2 in my multisite. This plugin is no longer supported. Is it possible to replace it with Multisite Language Switcher?
    If so, how can I best do this without losing everything?

    Thank you in advance

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  • Plugin Author Dennis Ploetner

    (@realloc)

    Hello,

    yes, these 2 plugins use basically the same approach. I don’t know if there is any automation for migration available.

    Cheers,
    Dennis

    Thread Starter terry789

    (@terry789)

    @realloc,

    thank you for your response.

    I’m going to read your documentation thoroughly first.

    In the MultilingualPress documentation I saw the following:

    When you disable our plugin, all sites
    will still work as separate sites without any data-loss or garbage output.

    So on a test site I will try to uninstall the MultilingualPress plugin and then install your plugin.

    I will keep you and other MultilingualPress users informed.

    Thread Starter terry789

    (@terry789)

    Hello Dennis,

    I am currently transferring a website from MultilingualPress to your plugin, this looks very promising without any difficulties 🙂

    However, one more question, in the site (English and Dutch) I have the language switcher in the menu. On the English site with the word Nederlands and on the Dutch site with the word English.

    I can’t find how to do that with your plugin, any ideas?

    Thanks

    Plugin Author Dennis Ploetner

    (@realloc)

    Good to read that you don’t have any problems.

    You can set the mode for “display” to “Description only” without. Read on here: https://msls.co/user-docs/plugin-configuration.html#main-settings

    Thread Starter terry789

    (@terry789)

    I found your plugin MslsMenu that brought me closer to my desired solution.

    I would like to have this place in my main menu behind the place “blog” or behind the search icon, is that possible?

    See screenshot

    Thread Starter terry789

    (@terry789)

    Hello Dennis,

    Problem solved!

    added:
    Text/HTML before each item <li>
    Text/HTML after each item </li>

    Now the language selector aligns neatly in the main menu.

    All connections from MultilingualPress have been reconnected without any problems and nothing has gone missing.

    Thank you, I will recommend your plugin to other MultilingualPress users.

    Thread Starter terry789

    (@terry789)

    MultilingualPress converted to Multisite Language Switcher !

    Plugin Author Dennis Ploetner

    (@realloc)

    Great! 😉

    @terry789 thanks for your description. I use this constellation, too and it works like a charm for years now!

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