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How to update and keep translated text strings on the frontend of website

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  • #24455
    alecuervo
    Member

    Hello, every time I update the template, I see three texts that I change language (I put them in Spanish, and to update the template become the English language).
    The texts are:
    READ MORE (button entries in the home)
    SEARCH THE SITE … (search form)
    EDIT PAGE (bottom of pages)

    How do I put them in Spanish and did not change with the update of the template?
    Thanks in advance!

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    Jason Bobich
    Keymaster

    Hello,

    How are you currently translating the text string? Through WordPress localization?

    #24458
    alecuervo
    Member

    the site is http://www.spiqyp.org.ar

    the site is a wordpress installation in Spanish . But those three sentences are not changed by wordpress because they are template . Then , change the words from the php code , but when updating the template, these changes are lost.

    #24459
    Jason Bobich
    Keymaster

    Give this plugin a try:

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/theme-blvd-string-swap/

    I believe you can translate (i.e “swap”) all of the strings you mentioned through its interface.

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