<!--en:-->Here's some English text<!--:-->This will show up in both languages <!--:fr-->Et voici du texte français<!--:-->
<img src="headerimage.jpg" />
<!--:en--><p>Here's the body of the article.</p><!--:-->
<!--:fr--><p>Voici le texte</p><!--:-->
<div class="footer"> <img src="footerimg.jpg"/></div>
jaddle wrote:Not really - for one thing, the plugin doesn't know what fields other plugins and themes might add. Another thing is that the tags are actually more flexible than having separate text boxes for each language - for pages with images and complicated formatting, for example, you can put all the layout in once, and then just have the tags surrounding different versions of the text. I do this with all the multilingual web pages I manage.
So if I change the headerimage to a png in that example, I just go and change jpg to png ONCE, without having to adjust it for each language. It's a really nice and flexible system, though you do have to be a little more comfortable looking at the html code.
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