Support » Plugin: qTranslate slug with widget » [Plugin: qTranslate slug with widget] 404 on other language

  • Resolved Mike Castro Demaria

    (@mikecastrodemaria)


    Hello,

    Thanks for this plugin, it’s realy a feature who’s missing in the marvelous qtranslate.

    I’ have set in the edit widget the 2 slug, but the /en/my-slug will redirect to a 404.

    Mike

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  • Oups I test with adding the /en/myslug and it work now.
    It will be better to use qtranslate setting to just add content’s url without path no ?

    After re opening the page or th epost the / (slash) is removed and you have something like enmy-slug and no the /en/my-slug.
    If i save a page’s modification the new url enmy-slug is saved.

    Check you permalink structure, it should be “/%post_id%/%postname%”

    This helped alooooooot Thomas, thanks so much! Finally working! Was set to “/%postname%” only…

    Plugin Author 3dolab

    (@3dolab)

    @mike: the pre-path language code is not intended to be set in the slug fields, as you correctly claim. the slash is removed since URL prettification occurs.
    try to check your permalink structure as suggested by Thomas

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