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Hello In All Languages


Hello In All Languages displays a “hello” word translated to the official language of the country the visitor’s IP belongs to.


  • Some “hello” translations
  • How to use in a post
  • The plugin’s settings


How to install

  1. Upload the extracted archive to wp-content/plugins/ or upload the archive from the admin dashboard (Plugins -> Add New -> Upload).
  2. Activate the plugin via the Plugins menu.

How to configure

  1. Open the plugin settings page (Settings -> Hello In All Languages).
  2. Sign up for a free API key and paste it in the appropriate field.
  3. Select how the word will be displayed (capitalised, uppercase, or lowercase).
  4. Select the default language (will be used if the visitor’s IP cannot be determined).

How to use

Enter the shortcode [HELLO-IN-ALL-LANGUAGES] in any post or page and the translated hello will be displayed.


  • To ensure that all the hello translations will be displayed correctly, please use UTF-8 charset.
  • Please be aware that the plugin may not work properly if you are testing your blog in a local server.
  • To determine the visitor’s physical location based on his IP, the geolocation API provided by is being used.


How can I get support?

For questions, issues, or feature requests, you can either contact me, or post them either in the WordPress Forum (make sure to add the tag “hello-in-all-languages”), or in this blog post.


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Contributors & Developers

“Hello In All Languages” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.




  • A free API key is now required to use the plugin.
  • Switched from using IPInfoDB to


  • Some code refactoring.
  • Removed “Way to connect to API” option.
  • When plugin is uninstalled, saved settings are removed from the database.


  • Fixed a wpdb warning.
  • Minor content changes.


  • Now using version 3 of the IPInfoDB API.
  • Added the option to use personal API key.
  • Added a country code
  • Fixed an issue where an unknown coutry code was causing the greeting to be empty.


  • Updated to use version 2 of the IPInfoDB API.


  • Fixed uncaught exception error.


  • The initial release!