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I am running WordPress with "WPML Multilingual CMS", so that it has multiple language versions.

In a function used with add_action('template_redirect',<functionname>), I need to find out what the current language is.

What should I call?

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Used multi-language because that's was already used and multilingual was not. –  MikeSchinkel Aug 23 '10 at 19:38
    
Hi, @MikeSchinkel, I retagged this as <3.0> seems a meaningless tag... Also, I guess our comments became noise, I suggest removing both ;) –  brasofilo Dec 26 '12 at 0:51
    
@brasofilo Okay, thanks. –  MikeSchinkel Dec 26 '12 at 0:54
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I have no experience with the plugin whatsoever, but from a quick scout of their site, it looks like:

ICL_LANGUAGE_CODE

will give you the current language. Worth a try, anyway!

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Works great! Thanx. –  naugtur Aug 23 '10 at 11:30
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Try this one, it worked very fine with me.

$lang=get_bloginfo("language");
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