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Great!Good luck :)

The plugin looks great and looks like it’s just what I need! A quick question before I buy:

My business runs 2 websites, with virtually identical content, but one is meant for the US market, and the other one for Canadian market.

Localization is done not through a subfolder, but by having two separate domains: example.ca and example.com

Would the plugin work correctly if I list URLs that are on a different domain from the one where plugin is installed? Or does it require all multilingual/multi-local content to reside on the same domain?

Thanks!!

daext

Hello Ollyanka, you can use it with different domains ( i used this plugin few months ago between a .it domain and a .com ), obviously you have to install it in both the domains. I’ve included some example in the plugin documentation but if you need help feel to ask after purchasing.

Default-user

Perfect, thanks so much for responding so quickly!

This is great to have, but another implementation that would be more practical & useful would be to define the number of country sites possible globally, which in tern adds a panel with the relevant fields into every page & post on the site (similar to yoast) – so that one may place the relevant hreflang urls in context of the page you are creating/editing.

Leaving the field blank would default to a global default for each country site you define.

daext

Thank you for your suggestion everyinteract, that would be a more practical approach but I decided to keep the plugin setup outside the post editor to let the website administrator set urls that are not posts. ( homepage, categories, tags, archives, etc. )

Default-user

Understand. But we’re now building a large multinational site using WP and this more integrated feature would be very useful for content editors. We would also want access to the data is collects (in external DB?) so that we may utilise it to enable page specific redirects when switching sites (so remain on same page if exists when jumping from one language to another). May have to roll our own.

Do I need to create each country specific page first i.e create pages like www.domain.com/fr/hello www.domain.com/ie/hello

and then add the href lang tags using this plugin or do I create just one page and the plug in will create the country duplicates and add in the href lang tags?

daext

Hello Colin, this plugin only add the hreflang in existing pages, so you have to create the pages targeted for different languages or different countries and then connect your pages with this plugin. Hope this helps.

colin_docherty

Thanks very much!

Hello,

Thank you very much for your plugin. Is exactly I need.

I understand the “Conections” section of your plugin, but I don’t undertand the “Options” section. What information is required in this section? I know this section is about languages, but is not clear for me.

Thank you very much again!

daext

Hello taoteking2, in the “Options” section you can set the default values for languages and locale, your selection will be used in the “Connect URL” menu as a default value so you don’t have to enter multiple times the same default languages and locale.

Let me know if this is not yet clear.

If you like this plugin please remember to rate it in your Downloads section. Thank you.

Hi,

We are thinking to buy your plugin but we have few questions first. Our main site is in US and the whole content is in English. I want to target specific pages to specefic country, for example:

  • mydomain.com – EN-US
  • mydomain.com/page1 – EN-GB
  • mydomain.com/page2 – EN-CA

Is it possible?

Thanks

daext

Hello martynasm, yes, as you can see from the plugin screenshots you can assign to your pages a Language and a Locale and create custom combinations like EN-US, EN-GB, EN-CA or whatever you want. Hope this helps.

Default-user

I would support your plugin for an ability to set LOCALE like this: http://vertejas.me/simple.jpg

It would make much more sense in terms of usability and overall user experience.

daext

Thank you for your suggestion, that would be a more practical approach but I decided to keep the plugin setup outside the post editor to let the website administrator set urls that are not posts. ( homepage, categories, tags, archives, etc. )


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