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Popular Posts based on language using WPML

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  • Plugin Author Hector Cabrera

    @hcabrera

    Hi there,

    Some time ago, the plugin used to work just nicely with WPML but it appears that at some point their API/code has changed, hence why you see all the languages on the listing.

    I will check their documentation and update WordPress Popular Posts to correct the issue. No ETA though.

    http://wpml.org/forums/topic/how-to-show-popular-posts-in-each-language-respectively/
    That help? or these note from my developer:

    Popular Posts plugin is not compatible with WPML. What makes it even worse is that the plugin directly writes to and reads from the database instead of (properly) using the WordPress API.

    It is therefore impossible for me to make the plugin work correctly and you will need to wait until the plugin author feels like implementing this “feature”.

    Plugin Author Hector Cabrera

    @hcabrera

    Hi there,

    I’m very curious about your developer’s comments and I’d love to know: what would be the proper way to use the WordPress API? He seems to be -obviously- more knowledgeable so maybe he can share a few tips with us…

    Anyways, the people of WPML has already made me aware of their Go-Global program. I may apply to the program sometime, I don’t know, whenever I “feel like implementing this ‘feature'”.

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