Posted: December 2, 2016 at 7:16 am
So I had to create a site that will host tickets for various events in two Primary Languages.
I wasnt happy with this and I know that EE have lost a few customers over this. So I wanted to find a solution.
In wordpress there is a way that you can dynamically change the language for each user that browses your site. This used to be done by defining WPLANG in your wp-config – but this has now all been depreciated. So I went hunting….
After two hours, 500 open tabs and more than 20 versions of my wp-config.php I found a solution.
The Work Around
Simply edit your site’s wp-config.php and paste the following text
$locale = $_SESSION["customlang"];
FOR EACH LANGUAGE
I will work on possibly making this into a plugin in the future. but for now it works as I need it.
This is great! Thanks for that.
Do you have any advices on how the questions labels can be translated after pressing the register now button?
Thanks for your help
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