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WPML Version: 4.1.0


This hook is executed at the end of the browser redirection PHP logic, after the wpml_browser_redirect_language_params and wpml_enqueue_browser_redirect_language filters. Despite its name, the action is fired even if wpml_enqueue_browser_redirect_language returns true.

Site-Wide Language Information
bool If true the script has been enqueued
array Data with values, $pageLanguage, $languageUrls and $cookie.

$pageLanguage string
The language of the current page.
$languageUrls array
Associative array where the key is the language code and the values are the translated URLs of the current page.
Stores an associative array with the cookie settings. Please refer to Document.cookie for more details. The keys are:

  • name: the name of the cookie (defaults to _icl_visitor_lang_js).
  • domain: the domain in which the cookie must be used (defaults to the current domain and is not meant to be changed).
  • path: the path of the cookie (defaults to /).
  • expiration: the expiration in seconds is read from the value set in Remember visitors’ language preference that can be found in Browser language redirect on the WPML -> Languages.
hook example usage:
function override_browser_redirect( $enqueued, $params ) {
    if ( ! $enqueued ) {
        // E.g.: A script which uses IP geolocalization
        wp_enqueue_script( 'my-custom-script', 'url/to/custom.script.js' );
        // Pass the `$params` array to the script, so it can use it to find the best match
        wp_localize_script( 'my-custom-script', 'params', $params );

add_action( 'wpml_enqueued_browser_redirect_language', 'override_browser_redirect', 10, 2 );