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I want to create a webpage that supports more than one language, but I don't want to use a plugin for that if it's possible.

I am already loading the theme translation depending on the URL; if there is a '/en' part at the end (but before get-parameters), I load the english translation etc.

Is it possible and wise to also change the query depending on that parameter?

Meaning that if '/en' is found, all loaded posts need to be tagged with 'English', if '/br' is found all posts need to be tagged with 'Brazil' (standing for brazilian portuguese) and so on.

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You might want to look at multisite/network installs and other questions about that topic here on this site. – kaiser Nov 3 '13 at 14:53
This is pure plugin territory. See wordpress.stackexchange.com/questions/73031/… – toscho Nov 3 '13 at 14:55

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