I have updated to the last version and the problem continue there. 🙁
Yes I see that your homepage is messed. Did you uncheck “Hide URL language information for default language” ?
I think to that because http://miesquinica.com/es/ doesn’t send me to a 404 Error but does send all Spanish posts as it would do if you don’t hide the language in url. The same with http://miesquinica.com/es/2011/ which works and should not.
I made tests at home. It seems that it is your permalink structure for which you use /%postname%/ which breaks the things. Could you try something else to confirm ?
With the tests I am currently doing with your custom permalink structure WordPress 3.2.1 is broken but not WordPress 3.3 beta 3 !
I know that things have changed in the core since starting from 3.3, the /%postname%/ permalink structure appeared in the options proposed in the permalink settings panel whereas it was not recommended to use it in 3.2.1 an older versions due to performance reasons.
Well it seems that it has nothing to do with the WordPress version…
When debugging my code, I discovered that WordPress was sending wrong informations about the homepage when setting the permalink structure to /%postname%/. In fact it was telling that it was a page but did no set it. So to know if there was a conflict with a specific page, I put all the pages to trash, restored it one by one, relinked translated pages (as putting pages to trash intentionally breaks the link) and now it works ! And to be honest, I don’t understand why. And worst I am no more able to reproduce the bug !
However, as my first idea was a conflict with another plugin, I made tests with All in One SEO Pack. And obviously there are conflicts between the two plugins 🙁
So… problem is conflict with All in One Seo? not the permalink? Has no sense that before it worked and now it doesn’t :S
I installed 2-3 related post plugins, try them, I didn’t like any of them and I deleted them. It’s the only thing I did in the time between working and no working. :S
All in One SEO breaks other things but not this. It’s really the /%postname%/ permalink structure which allowed me to reproduce the bug. In fact, WordPress generated bad rewriting rules in this case. But now I can’t reproduce the bug anymore.
It’s true that I activate and de-activate a lot of plugins on my test site to test conflicts. Could you tell me what are the plugins you tested ? I will look at them.
Better Related Posts
Yet Another Related Posts Plugin
I think another one more but I don’t remeber which one.
I have deleted All in One SEO and doesn’t help, you are right, it’s not that… but I was reading that another translate plugins have problems with this one, and because of that I checked.
In the end it was going to be easier to install one new blog for every language, lol
Yes Polylang is still young and first users are likely to experience problems…
Did you try another permalink structure ?
No, I didn’t, but I if try change it I will have problems with all posts? any other good permalink structure you want me to try?
The permalink of all posts will be modified. If you care about SEO, it is not good. However you can make a short test and come back to the current one. Can you try the “month and name” ?
Continue with problems, different ones… but problems. Sometimes before when I was in the main page and when I click to go to English it was going to one Spanish post.
Now it did the same, it opened:
I got it working. That bug didn’t happen again, but you can navigate around the website for checking if it happens again.
For having it working I have turn it on the option of detect browser language and remove /language/. But I have disabled the other two, the last one I think was giving me problems.
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