Versions 2.3.1 and 2.3.2 of Enhanced Meta Widget have now been released.

These versions change none of the core operations of EMW, but are simply language file updates.

A big thanks to M. Comfi who provided the Belarusian translation, and to Gianni Diurno who provided the translation for Italian.

Also a thanks to Sandra Rietveld for updating the Dutch translation.

As usual, the widget can be downloaded from the WordPress plugin repository, or updated automatically via the WordPress admin panel.

If you know of anyone willing to translate, please encourage them to contact me.

I would appreciate it greatly if you would please take time to rate EMW.


I have discovered in the past day that the internationalization of EMW is not working correctly. Daryan had kindly provided a French translation for EMW, but I’ve munged up the coding somehow and it’s not displaying for him. I am working with him to get this corrected and working the way it’s supposed to. In the process I hope to update the WordPress codex to clarify some of the information I have found there that has made this task difficult. I may even write a small tutorial on how to internationalize a widget, to help anyone who’s had the same problems.

In the meantime, if there’s anyone willing to translate EMW, I’ve typed a page (Translating EMW) on how to do so.

Version 1.6.1 of Enhanced Meta Widget is now released. No new features were added. The following changes/fixes were made.

  • Fixed translation string to allow different word order for the “username is logged in” phrase.
  • French translation is now included. (Thanks Daryan)

As usual, the widget can be downloaded from the WordPress plugin repository.