Support » Plugin: Polylang » [Plugin: Polylang] Translate for pages only – not for posts?

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  • Plugin Author Chouby

    (@chouby)

    It’s possible. Please read the documentation.

    Inguss Neilands

    (@ingusneilandsgmailcom)

    define(‘PLL_DISPLAY_ALL’,¬†true) is not what i ment!

    enable for ALL – but disable for POSTS ?!?

    Inguss Neilands

    (@ingusneilandsgmailcom)

    There is page_for_posts in wp_options – how to disable polylang for that page ?

    Plugin Author Chouby

    (@chouby)

    To be honest, I created the PLL_DISPLAY_ALL option in v0.5 per user request. This option is “hidden” because I believed that it would be useful for only a very small minority of users and also because I was not very confident that what is obtained is what was requested.

    I did not get any feedback on it so did not spend time testing this option since I released it. Due to your request, I just came back on it and saw that it is obviously buggy. Since nobody reported it, I take that as a proof that the option is not used. I will probably undocument it, maybe remove it.

    So I agree that the option will not be your solution. And unfortunately, I have no easy solution to propose. Sorry.

    Inguss Neilands

    (@ingusneilandsgmailcom)

    Maybe it is possible to define Conditional_Tags where translations can be enabled – is_page, is_category …
    From: http://codex.wordpress.org/Conditional_Tags

    By default enable them everywhere. Then it is more comfortable!

    Using checkboxes in plugin configuration under settings can be option.

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