I’m currently working on a website with 3 languages (français/english/espagnol) and i’m encountering a problem :
If i use the path mode (“/en/”) my homepage is not found (I get a wonderfull 404) but the default language works (in my case “french”).
I can use those urls for the default language : localhost/index.php, localhost/fr/index.php
But none works with the translated versions.
In the same time, all other pages works. I can switch languages without problems. It’s just index.php.
index.php is a static page, and the contents are in the template with the shortcode [:xx].
-I use qTranslate and qTranslate slug.
-I also use nextgen gallery on this website.
-If i use the mode query “?lang=xx”, i get my homepage (but pagination on the site is screwed) and i prefer the /path/ version..
-The Permalinks are not weird, i use /%postname%/ that’s all.
IMO it’s related to the permalinks/URL rewriting..
Any ideas please ?
Thanks for your time
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