Support » Plugin: MultilingualPress » How to make the flag appear in top menu bar?

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  • Plugin Contributor Thorsten Frommen

    (@tfrommen)

    Hi there,

    please have a look at this blog post about exactly that.

    Cheers,
    Thorsten

    Hi Thorsten,

    Thanks , i added that code to my functions.php and everything worked fine.

    Regarding the flag associated with Language: Hindi is not linked with India’s flag. Where are these associations declared?

    Thanks once again.

    Regards
    gana

    Plugin Contributor Thorsten Frommen

    (@tfrommen)

    Hey Gana,

    flags are very flawed, yes. That’s only one of the reasons why in the next major release of MultilingualPress there will be no flags anymore.

    To fix a flag for a site, you can edit the site in the network admin, then go to the MultilingualPress tab and enter a custom URL to the flag you want this site to have. Just use the Indian flag that is included with MultilingualPress (I do hope there is one).

    Hope that helps.
    Thorsten

    yes its working as said.

    Thanks a lot.

    In my design experience, what is right should always be decided by the end user. Only the designer should give the options.

    Regards
    gana

    Hi,

    One last question : is it possible to make the text besides the flag in the language itself. i,e: French is written in english. can the french be written in french itself in the nav bar?

    thanks in advance
    Regards
    gana

    Plugin Contributor Thorsten Frommen

    (@tfrommen)

    Hi Gana,

    you have control over pretty much anything regarding menu items.
    Just edit the according item and fill in the text you want it to have.

    Cheers,
    Thorsten

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