As a little bonus, our WPMP Bridge plugin will integrate with WPML’s breadcrumbs. This only applies if you have the WPML CMS Nav add-on installed.
Basically our plugin checks your WPML installation for the presence WPML CMS Nav add-on and if it exists, we swap out our framework’s default breadcrumbs with WPML’s breadcrumbs. This makes it so you don’t need to manually insert any PHP code anywhere for WPML breadcrumbs to work.
The WPML breadcrumbs will also follow the Theme Blvd breadcrumbs settings, as far as showing and hiding them in different scenarios like your Theme Options and your individual Page Options.
We’ve done our best to style WPML’s breadcrumbs to look similar to our native breadcrumbs, however we can’t guarantee they will look perfectly identical as they do use a different markup structure.
For the closest look to Theme Blvd breadcrumbs, consider using the following snippet in your WPML breadcrumbs options for your breadcrumbs seperator.
Note that if you’re using a theme with a framework version prior to 2.2, the standard divider is the » symbol: