Adds support for adding SEO-friendly hreflang html tags. From Wikipedia:

Hreflang specifies the language and optional geographic restrictions for a document. Hreflang is interpreted by search engines and can be used by webmasters to clarify the lingual and geographical targeting of a website.

After setting up which blogs supply which languages, and optionally which blog provides the x-default language, the hreflang links will be added automatically on all of the specified blogs.



The plugin does some basic checks when inserting the languages:

  • If the shown page is a post, it checks to see whether a post with the exact same slug exists on each setup blog.
  • If the shown page is an archive, the taxonomy is checked for existence on each setup blog.
  • If the page is the front page, it is assumed that the other blogs also have a front page. :)

For developers, there is an action you can hook into to fine-tune the hreflang tags before display. See this snippet on how to modify the hreflang links dynamically.

Where to buy

This add-on is a part of the following packs:

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