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Change "Read more"

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  • #3298
    jakwikst
    Member

    Hi, where can I translate the “Read more” text on posts? I use the WPML plugin and need to translate it into swedish and finnish?
    Regards, Jakob

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  • #3321
    Jason Bobich
    Keymaster

    Hello Jakob,

    You’ll find this string registered for localization with the text domain called “themeblvd_front” — You’ll want to contact WPML support for help using their plugin to translate the text strings of your theme and plugins. I believe they have a String Translation addon for WPML that you can use to quickly translate these items through your WordPress admin panel.

    So, to sum up, when using WPML’s String Translation addon, the text domain “themeblvd_front” is where you’ll find this text string along with all other text strings of the theme that appear on the frontend of your website.

    http://wpml.themeblvd.com/documentation/string-translation/

    #3429
    cowboymike
    Participant

    Jason, I think “Read More” comes up in the string swap plugin. Not sure if that helps for translation though.
    Happy trails, Mike

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    #3444
    Jason Bobich
    Keymaster

    Jason, I think “Read More” comes up in the string swap plugin. Not sure if that helps for translation though.

    @cowboymike It is, but the problem is that jakwikst is using WPML to create a multi-lingual website, and so he needs it to be translated based on the current language the user is viewing the site in.

    #3477
    jakwikst
    Member

    Hi, i needed to disable the “string swap plugin” and set WPML string translation->”original language of strings” to english. My sites languages are swedish and finnish. When I did this, I could translate the string both the swedish and finnish. I got great support from WPML.

    #3479
    Jason Bobich
    Keymaster

    Awesome, glad to hear it!

    #4123
    hm35
    Member

    What if i don’t use WPML ?
    I don’t use WPML and i just need to change the “Read more” text in a page using the [post_list] shortcode
    I ‘ve looked at content-list.php and shortodes.php but it doen’t help.

    In which file can i change the “Read more” text ?

    #4133
    Jason Bobich
    Keymaster
    #4194
    hm35
    Member

    BRILLIANT !
    Problem solved in less than 2 minutes thanks to this plugin !
    You Rock !

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