disabledto make copy and paste easier.
inc/language-list.phpto get languages in native and English writing by ISO codes.
Mlp_Db_Replaceto update multiple tables and columns at once.
With Multilingual Press, you can setup an unlimited number of sites in a WordPress multisite installation as language alternatives, translate posts and pages and use automatically built links to help your users finding those translations.
With the inside editing feature you are able to edit your translation in the standard post edit dialogs.
Multilingual Press comes with a lot of features. But if you don’t want to use one of them, you can disable them trough your admin panel.
Multilingual Press is an easy-to-use plugin. But before that, you have to do set some settings in the backend so that our plugin works with your WordPress Installation.
After installing Multilingual Press go to Network » Settings » Multilingual Press and there the Modules-Tab is waiting for you. Activate the modules you want to use and save the changes. Now go to the tab Settings and enter the settings you want to have. The most of them are self-explained otherwise use the Help on the top right of the admin panel.
One of the main feature of Multilingual Press are the blog relationships. Each blog can be linked to other blogs. To do so go Sites » All Sites, choose a blog and click Edit. There you’ll find a tab called Multilingual Press. Setup the language, an alternative language title and a custom flag if you want to. Save the changes. Now go to the next blog and do this again.
Now you’ll find the box Blog Relationships. This is a list of the blogs which have the Multilingual Press Settings. Save the changes and you’re done.
Now you can edit you posts by using Multilingual Press. Just go to an article of your choice, edit it and now you will see several new meta boxes – one for each blog you’ve linked to the current blog. In the Publish-Box on the top right there are also some settings for the current post like the Trasher which trashes the linked articles too or the flag for the dashboard widget.
As you can see the module list, there are many more features like an Advanced Translator, a Widget, a Dashboard Widget and so on. Due to our KISS-Principles you’ll learn the features by yourself by just doing it.