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Step 1: Understanding the Function
The intellipress_generator_languages() function is a helper function that returns an array of languages.

It currently includes various predefined languages such as ‘English’, ‘Spanish’, ‘French’, and more.

The 10 included languages are the top 10 languages that OpenAI trained with, so they’re the most likely to give you the best results.

The function uses the apply_filters() function to allow other developers to modify the array of languages.

Step 2: Hook into the Filter
To customize the languages, you can hook into the intellipress_generator_languages filter using the add_filter() function.

This filter allows you to modify the array of languages before it is returned by the intellipress_generator_languages() function.

Here’s an example of how you can hook into the filter and add your own language:

function my_custom_languages( $languages ) {
    // Add your custom language
    $languages[] = esc_attr__( 'Custom Language', 'intellipress' );

    return $languages;
add_filter( 'intellipress_generator_languages', 'my_custom_languages' );

In the above code, we define a new function called my_custom_languages() that takes the $languages array as a parameter. Inside the function, we use the array push syntax ([]) to add our custom language called ‘Custom Language’ to the array. Finally, we return the modified array.

Step 3: Customize and Extend
You can further customize and extend the intellipress_generator_languages() function by adding more languages or modifying existing ones. Simply use the array push syntax ([]) to add new languages or modify existing ones.

Here’s an example of how you can add multiple custom languages:

function my_custom_languages( $languages ) {
    // Add your custom languages
    $languages[] = esc_attr__( 'Custom Language 1', 'intellipress' );
    $languages[] = esc_attr__( 'Custom Language 2', 'intellipress' );

    return $languages;
add_filter( 'intellipress_generator_languages', 'my_custom_languages' );

In the above code, we added two custom languages called ‘Custom Language 1’ and ‘Custom Language 2’ to the array.

Step 4: Enjoy the Customization
After adding the custom code to your project, you can use the intellipress_generator_languages() function to retrieve the modified array of languages. The function will now include the default languages along with any custom languages you added.

$languages = intellipress_generator_languages();

foreach ( $languages as $language ) {
    echo $language . '<br>';

In the above example, we retrieve the languages using the intellipress_generator_languages() function and then loop through the array to display each language. Feel free to adapt this code to suit your specific needs.

You now know how to customize the intellipress_generator_languages() function to include your own languages.

Enjoy exploring the possibilities and adding your personal touch to the code!

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