Remove part of the url?
I'm using this branched setup for a multi-language site
- Home En (/en) - Page1 En (/en/page1) - Page2 En (/en/page2) - Home Es (/es) - Page1 Es (/es/page1) - Page2 Es (/es/page2)
I have a variable
$nav_group that uses the
es part of the URL to change the
navgroup depending on where the user is on the website.
$page_url = perch_page_url(['include-domain' => false,], true); // Output the URL of the current page, minus http $url_parts = explode("/", $page_url); // Split a string by a string $nav_group = $url_parts; // Output the first part of string PerchSystem::set_var('lang', $nav_group); // Set 'lang' for use in html templates perch_pages_navigation(['navgroup'=> $nav_group]); // Output navgroup based on value of $nav_group // print $nav_group; // Test output value of $nav_group
However, The default language is English. The url would look cleaner if I could hide the
en from the url. But, keep the
es and any future languages that might be added.
- Is there a 'Perch way' of removing the
enfrom the url, without changing the tree structure within Perch Admin?
- Or is this a task better suited for a rewrite rule in
Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
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