Site Language Definition solves a common problem: your website is in your chosen language but for some reason the browser ‘thinks’ it’s in another language.
It is particularly common to think that your site is in a different language — many Chrome users get messages from Chrome along the lines of, “This site is in Indonesian. Would you like Chrome to translate it?” even when the site doesn’t have a hint of Indonesian! This has very negative SEO ramifications: Google prioritizes in its search results sites that it knows are in the user’s language.
Site Language Definition plugins adds the necessary language attributes to your website to force the browsers see the website as configured under the WordPress General Settings.
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The installation and use is very straightforward. You should:
- Upload the folder
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
- Which options do you modify?
As of version 1.0, you don’t have to modify any settings. If you need to change the language, just go to Settings -> General, and change tha language of your website.
- Where can I get some support?
Check out our site, at: http://www.wpsos.io/wordpress-plugin-site-language-definition/
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- Initial version.