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    How can we create a link that will lead to a page in the current language?

    If the pages have diferent names, and diferent links, how can create a link to a page that keeps the current lang?

    Let's say I have the page "Contact Us" with the link site.com/en-US/contact-us and the portuguese conterpart "Contacte-nos" with the link site.com/pt-PT/contacte-nos

    If I want to create a link in the home page, how can I point to the page, keeping the currently used language?

    Veteran Member

      if you omit the language param in the url, the user will stay in his current language and get displayed the page in this language.

      New Around Here

        Found this as I have the same problem in 9.06.02.  I have an en-GB and fr-fr localizations. I have a page called portfolio, if I am in the French translation, and go to add a link, the English naming of the pages shows up on the drop-down list, I choose the page, the link is shown (in source as relative and with no localized language, however with the English name of the page). On using the site, the link goes to the page but swaps language back to English.  Even if I put the French name in the link (but without fr-fr prefix) it still swaps back to the English localization, it is the first link to a portal page I have put into the text, so wonder if there is some setting that I am missing?

        the page is fr-fr/Portfolio, the a href link is to /Portfolio/-City-Courtyard and this jumps me back to the English page, I would expect it to link to /fr-fr/Portfolio/Cour-en-Ville.  The Engligh site is the default, so has no localization prefix before the pages, does that make a difference?  Thanks

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