Hi @fabio zoratti,
Greetings and thanks for posting! 🙂
Could you let us know what you’re using for the language translations? Another plugin solution?
Also, could you maybe try the other loading methods at Pop Overs > Settings to see how it works with that?
I have a WPML plugin. I try with other setting but not work.
Hi @fabio zoratti,
Are you using any pop up condition?
Could you please share me the screenshot of your pop up settings so that i can troubleshoot it?
You can share me a screenshot of it by uploading the screenshot on any image sharing website like http://imgur.com/ and sharing its unique URL here.
After I upgrade to WP 3.9 specific url stopped working. The plugin is the latest version and I’ve tried all loading methods. The URL has a parameter like “?lang=en”.
Thanks in advance.
I’ve been looking into this one and unfortunately, the issue is that the Pop Up plugin currently accepts only direct URLs, which doesn’t include URL parameters like “?lang=en”.
It’s basically explained through this post by one of the developers:
Given that, I think something like this could work:
That could be added to your theme’s functions.php file or using this:
That particular snippet should hide the popover if the “lang” parameter is equal to “en”.
The issue though, is that you’d need to customize that sort of code to work with your particular site.
Does that sound viable to you?
I try to use the code below, but don’t work.
I uninstalled the current version of the plugin and installed the old version 4.3.2 (the version of wordpress is 3.9) and it worked perfectly.
Added the URLs ending with “/? Lang = en” and “/? Lang = es” conditions specific URL. The case would be to have a Popup in every language of the site.
Thank you anyway!
I have enabled the management of the url with languages without parameters “?lang=en” and it work http://www.segreen.com/en/
Hi @fabio zoratti, awesome! Thanks for letting us know that solution worked, I wasn’t quite sure if WPML had that as an option. Really good to hear it does and that it works for you.
The snippet I provided can work, though it would likely require some customization to get it to work exactly how you like.
I’ve not tried that previous version with the parameters but that non-parameter option does appear to work. 🙂
Greetings and thanks for posting on the forums.
To help keep support tickets separate, could you please open a new thread for your new question? http://wordpress.org/support/plugin/wordpress-popup
This helps to prevent any confusion as I’m sure you understand, this might also help other members looking for a similar answer. 🙂
As per the Forum Welcome, you should post your own topic.
Have a great day!
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