Store URL: http://www.floriskleijne.nl/wp/shop
WordPress version: 3.8.1
WPML version: 3.0.2-a
WP e-Commerce version: 188.8.131.52
WP e-Commerce Multilingual version: 0.2
Gold Cart version: n/a
Theme: Twenty Fourteen (originally zeeStyle, but switched for troubleshooting)
I did this:
I installed WP to a wp subdirectory, and set Permalinks to the post-name format.
I installed WP e-Commerce with the Multilingual plugin, and I’d already worked with WMPL for a long time on the site.
I set WPML to use subdirs for languages.
I renamed the WP e-Commerce Products page to Shop/shop, and created the Dutch translation Winkel/winkel.
I created categories like Books/books and its translation Boeken/boeken.
Then I proceeded to create products and their Dutch translations, for instance Mashup/mashup-paperback (EN) and Mashup/mashup-pocket (NL).
I expected WP e-Commerce to do this:
I thought the permalinks for my products would be:
(EN) /wp/shop/books/mashup-paperback (url with english slugs)
(NL) /wp/nl/winkel/boeken/mashup-pocket (url with dutch slugs)
Instead it did this:
So the Dutch products have the English base shop url.
Is there any way to set the parent for products, so I can force the Dutch-language product pages to have the Dutch-language Winkel page as their base url?
- The topic ‘Language-dependent base URL for translated WP E-commerce products?’ is closed to new replies.