I'm working on a multilingual site with english and spanish locales. I've built persistent switcher that resides in the site footer. When users click it, it redirects to a corresponding entry in the other locale if one exists and the homepage if one does not.
The problem is that I have a handful of pages on my site that aren't entries: they are routes that are tied to particular templates. For example:
Is the route for a template that lists all tags in use in my news section, and:
would be the corresponding route on the spanish site.
I'd like to be able to check if the current uri is covered by a route and if so, whether there is a corresponding route in the other locale. If so, I'd redirect to that and if not, back to the homepage as per usual.
But from what I can see, routes are not localizable and exist independently of each other. Am I wrong? How would I go about this?