Languages?

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  • #35997 Reply

    Is there support for other languages? Can we run an installation in English/German at the same time?

    We use WPML for our other sites. If compatible with EventOrganiser, this would also be an option. Is it?

    Thanks,
    Claude

    Claude
    #36021 Reply

    Hi Claude,

    I’ve not tested the plug-in against WPML, but I’m aware that some Event Organiser users have used/are using the plug-in together.

    My recommendation would be to try out WPML with the free version of Event Organsier to see if it’d meet your requirements.

    Stephen Harris
    #36051 Reply

    Thanks for the suggestion with WPML, Stephen.

    So it means, out-of-the-box you can install Event Organiser Pro only in English OR German? It won’t switch according to the user’s language like the rest of the website?

    Claude
    #36112 Reply

    I believe WPML supports custom post types (which would include events), so you can provide translations for multiple languages, and the user is shown the language they’ve selected.

    Stephen Harris
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