I'm trying to set up a multilingual site for Danish and English (US) languages. I've turned on the option "Remove URL Language Code" in the Language Filter plugin. This does remove the "da" codes from the Danish page URLs, but the English page URLs still contain "en".
Danish is set as the default language.
I've renamed the URL language code for US English from "en-us" to just "en". I tried renaming it back again, but that didn't help.
The site is running on IIS, if that's relevant.
Here's the URL: http://modesty.dk/
Never mind, I've discovered that this is how it's supposed to work. I found the answer here: https://forum.joomla.org/viewtopic.php?t=812094
The remove language code refers to the site's default language. You can't remove the language code for all languages, as if we suppose something like this would be allowed by the plugin, you would end up with the same URLs for all languages and there would be no way to distinguish on which language and what kind of content you are requesting/looking at.
The language code (on SEF URLs) is the request that tells Joomla that you are requesting another language. So you can't live without it. Plus it also helps with creating a physical organization on your site's structure.
So, again what this feature does is to remove the language code only for the default language, something that is a valid requirement for a multilingual website.