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I'm using allot of custom queries, and qtranslate. Qtranslate works with everything that has home url in it. But for posts /thumb permalinks if I change language to Russian for example links remain default language specific.

So if I'm browsing /ru/ links on that page lack /ru/ so I get redirected back to default language. Does anyone know simple solution?

I've digged extensively and found this: qtrans_convertURL( 'http://www.mysite.com/post-name/' ); I could use this and put all my permalinks within this function. But there should be a simpler solution, right?

  • If there's a public API function from the plugin, why not use it? – kaiser Sep 15 '12 at 11:01
  • @kaiser I was thinking this would be automatic. In header I've get_permalink for navigation and it works fine url gets appended with correct/current lang. But inside loop where I've the_permalink it doesn't work. I will substitute all the_permalinks with get_ version and see if that works. – user8842 Sep 15 '12 at 11:21
  • @SandroDzneladze it should work with both functions, qtrans_convertURL() is used as callback for post_link and the_permalink filters. – Mamaduka Sep 15 '12 at 11:54
  • @Mamaduka on further investigation I noticed that links don't work only for custom post types. Any thoughts why? – user8842 Sep 15 '12 at 12:49
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I figured it out.

For the reference problem was links in custom post types. As it appears Qtranslate in its current iteration doesn't support custom post types. And the_permalink or get_permalink will not change to current lang as you switch them.

Solution was very simple.

Just include this in functions.php file of your theme.

add_filter('post_type_link',     'qtrans_convertURL');

cheers!

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 //this code solves most qtranslate issues
//add (/ru) to custom menu links created in menu section
function qtrans_menuitem( $menu_item ) {
if ($menu_item->type == 'custom' && stripos($menu_item->url, get_site_url()) !== false){
    $menu_item->url = qtrans_convertURL($menu_item->url);
}
return $menu_item;
}
add_filter('wp_setup_nav_menu_item', 'qtrans_menuitem', 0);

//add (/ru) to get_permalink($custom_post)
add_filter('post_type_link', 'qtrans_convertURL');
  • Please explain why this answer is helpful. Just code isn't. – kaiser Feb 3 '14 at 22:16

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