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  1. Ben Lobaugh
    Ben Lobaugh January 13, 2013 at 09:53 | | Reply

    “By mixing all languages together in the database, you are reducing flexibility and extensibility.”

    I am sorry, I do not understand that line. How does adding languages into the existing posts table reduce flexibility or extensibility? WordPress has built in feature to interact with the posts table, and even post meta, creating your own tables means you need to go outside of that and implement custom functions that you then have to test and may or may not break on updates. Plus the WordPress functions are already tied to some pretty useful hooks that make tapping into things very convenient. Your statement does not make sense or stand on its own. Could you address it in more depth to let your readers know why the posts table is no good?

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