Support » Plugin: mqTranslate » Text label (EN/FR) side by side

  • ricomtl

    (@ricomtl)


    I just upgraded from qTranslate to mqtranslate without any issues.

    In my header, I used to have FR/EN side by side (text only, no flags) and now that I’ve upgaded, each language appears on 1 line..

    so it looks like:

    EN

    FR

    how can I get them together on one line?!

    Thks

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/mqtranslate/

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  • ritmanis

    (@ritmanis)

    Hey,

    I usually don’t use the built in language switcher, but instead, make my own with HTML, so it’s more customizable.

    Basically, you can do this in your header.php file:

    <a href="/fr/">FR</a> / <a href="/en/">EN</a>

    And modify it by your own needs.
    You can even add some custom CSS for your active language if you want to.

    ricomtl

    (@ricomtl)

    Thanks ritmanis. Your solution works, however it goes back to the homepage (/en or /fr) rather than switching the existing page to its equivalent translated content.

    ritmanis

    (@ritmanis)

    I haven’t tested it myself, but this should work:

    <a href="/fr/<?php echo get_permalink(); ?>">FR</a> / <a href="/en/<?php echo get_permalink(); ?>">EN</a>

    ricomtl

    (@ricomtl)

    ritmanis, thanks again for your time! I just tried it, it appears side by side as you pointed out, however the URL it calls is the full permalink followed by /fr + full permalink again, therefore it opens a 404.

    I feel that we are close!!! 🙂

    thks!

    Hi,
    Did you manage to get where you wanted? If so, can you share the solution?
    Thanks!

    I wasn’t able to do it myself so I left as is.

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