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On my website currently only one content type gets translated and is therefore available in multiple languages. On this content type/page all the links (logo, menu, footer, etc.) refer to their language version of the current language.

E.g.: I'm currently on the french version of the page. The URL looks like this: "/fr/translated-node.html". Now all the links in the menu or footer look like this: "/fr/some-page.html".

But it shouldn't be like this. All the links on this page should always look like this: "/some-page.html". So without the language code at the beginning.

How can I achieve that programmatically?

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Go to admin/config/regional/language/detection/url and then you must delete the path prefix for the language, you don't need code to do this.

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And save the config.

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  • But I need the URL "/fr/translated-node.html" to stay like it is..
    – elterr1ble
    Nov 7 '17 at 0:16
  • @elterr1ble why you want something like this? Nov 7 '17 at 2:27
  • @AdrianCidAlmaguer because the URLs "/fr/translated-node.html" are already fix in the system (production environment).
    – elterr1ble
    Nov 7 '17 at 19:05
  • @elterr1ble I can't get the point Nov 7 '17 at 19:06

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