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mqTranslate compatible ?

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  • Plugin Author DSmidge

    @dsmidgy

    As I read, mqTranslate is a fork of qTranslate.
    So my fork of Google XML Sitemaps would probably work with mqTranslate.

    Can you do the test to see if it works?

    Best regards,
    Domenik

    sure, how can i test if its working ?

    Plugin Author DSmidge

    @dsmidgy

    Just install the plugin and go to Settings, XML-Sitemap.
    Then click on the link on sitemap text: “Your sitemap was last built on”.
    Two or more links (different languages) should be displayed for each blog post.

    I can confirm i have the same problem in the sitemap!

    Yourdomain.com/products
    Yourdomain.com/de/products needs to be Yourdomain.com/de/produkte
    Yourdomain.com/es/products needs to be Yourdomain.com/es/productos

    Hope someone will find an solution for this!?

    Regards,
    Patrick

    Hi, i checked Settings, XML-Sitemap and it looks good!
    the XML includes two links for a page (i have two languages) and the second language is correctly delivered. The main language has no /?lang=XX so i think all is fine.

    Thank you!
    Oliver

    I confirm the problem shown by Zaanmedia, using mqTranslate + qTranslate slug which generate different URLs.

    Any chance to get it fixed?

    Thanks

    Plugin Author DSmidge

    @dsmidgy

    I am not using “qTranslate” and “Google XML Sitemaps v3 for qTranslate” anymore. I switched to Multisite Language Switcher.

    So, unfortunately, I am not able to help you with your problem.

    I’m sorry, so “Google XML Sitemaps v3 for qTranslate” is defunct?

    Plugin Author DSmidge

    @dsmidgy

    Yes.

    You can ask the author of the original plugin https://wordpress.org/plugins/google-sitemap-generator/ if he is prepared to merge my qTranslate support into his plugin (now version 4).

    ok… bad news :/
    thanks anyway

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