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  • redlinepc

    (@redlinepc)

    any help?

    redlinepc

    (@redlinepc)

    some help please?

    indiastarker

    (@indiastarker)

    I have the same question!
    I see WPML is mentioned in the release notes:

    0.2.3.4
    Added WPML config file, so you can SEO in multiple languages.

    on http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wordpress-seo/changelog/

    but haven’t found it anywhere yet.

    redlinepc

    (@redlinepc)

    Looks like yoast dont work very good with qtranslate.

    I’m starting to think that the best is create a directory with another wordpress installation for every new language….

    indiastarker

    (@indiastarker)

    What’s this about:

    We’re using qTranslate and it seems possible to use short tags to use different titles and descriptions for different languages. This works for us:
    [:en]English Title [:se]Svensk titel
    qTranslate then picks the correct title and description based on the language used in the frontend by the visitor.

    http://semperfiwebdesign.com/forum/all-in-one-seo-pack-troubleshooting/multilingual-seo/#

    indiastarker

    (@indiastarker)

    Better yet: Try using the variables, like %%title%% for a title and %%excerpt%% for a meta description.

    redlinepc

    (@redlinepc)

    i already use that, but when i insert for example a description on the article on Yoast SEO, this description only became in the main language, the secundary languge dont have anything defined.

    I tested All in One SEO Pack and it works for all the languages, but its only one description and keywords to all the languages, for me its no big problem beacause i only have 2 languages, but with 3 or 4 languages could be a problem…

    indiastarker

    (@indiastarker)

    Ah. Sorry I just realised we have different language tools installed. I am using the paid version of WPML (not qTranslate) and when I use %%extract%% (for example) for the meta description, the language changes like it should.

    redlinepc

    (@redlinepc)

    indiastarker, thats great, but the WPML is payed, and i want a free plugin, so i started with qtranslate, at this point its no turning back, but if it would be now i maybe buyed a wpml account…

    karl19

    (@karl19)

    For the All in one SEO plugin, while using qTranslate, you can add different meta content like this:

    [:en]English Title [:se]Swedish Title

    This should get parsed correctly when the page is shown.

    Someone posted a hack for WordPress SEO and qTranslate, but I’m not sure whether Yoast updated the plugin to allow for this, I’ve not tried it myself.

    redlinepc

    (@redlinepc)

    I checked and now i reciving much google traffic, All in One SEO Pack is better for usign with qtranslate.

    I’ve just posted the solution working with WP 3.2.1 and WordPress SEO by Yoast (1.0.3) here:
    Multilingual META tags

    solala, please check http://www.qianqin.de/qtranslate/forum/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=1301&start=10#p11353

    is the method still working? and how do I do it?

    How can I have WordPress SEO but keep different titles/descriptions for each language version of each page?

    How can I edit SEO by yoast so it does not conflict with wp commerce shopping cart? Looks like it does not allow after loading cart to continue shopping or checkout…

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