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  Public Ticket #1599339
translate blog text
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  • Eivind started the conversation

    Wondering where to change/translate "no more posts" in blog page? Gone over all the .po files I could find, including the bold builder language file too. 

    See other people asking the same question in forums, but it seems the method varies from theme to theme

  •  342
    Support Agent 1 replied

    Hi Eivind,

    Thank you for purchasing our theme.

    In order to translate that string please have a look at the following article that explains how to translate the theme with PoEdit - How to Translate a WordPress Theme.

    Also, make sure to translate Medicare plugin (the process is the same).

    Let us know if you need additional help.


    Regards, BoldThemes team

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  • Eivind replied

    I already translated the theme. I have translated everything, every PO and POT. "no more posts" is not in any of them

  •  585
    Support Agent replied

    Hi Elvind,

    Could you confirm you have translated Medicare plugin? The string is located there.

    Either way, in order to edit the string in the file, please locate medicare.php file in Plugins editor and edit the following line of code.

    $output .= '<div class="btLoader btLoaderGrid"></div><div class="btNoMore btTextCenter topSmallSpaced bottomSmallSpaced">' . esc_html( __( 'No more posts', 'bt_plugin' ) ) . '</div>';
    

    Let us know if you need additional help.

    Regards, BoldThemes team

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  • Eivind replied

    When you put it like that I'm not sure. where is the PO/POT file for medicare plugin located? It's not in the plugin folder.

  •  585
    Support Agent replied

    Hi Eivind,

    Yes, it seems that the .pot file was missing from the Medicare plugin. We will release a new theme update, most likely today, that will have this file included.

    In the meantime, you can make a change in the medicare.php file, like we previously wrote.

    Thank you for understanding.

    Let us know if you need additional help.

    Regards, BoldThemes team

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  • Eivind replied

    I downloaded the latest theme and guess this is the new language folder? "Temp1_medicare.zip\medicare\plugins\medicare.zip\medicare\languages"

    I want to avoid updating the theme as it's not exactly easily done, considering customizations and all po and pot files.

    So where do I add the language folder? I added it here /wp-content/plugins/medicare, did not take

  •  585
    Support Agent replied

    Hi Eivind,

    We do recommend theme updates, as there might be some necessary changes made to the theme, that older versions don't have.

    The changes that you made in content, Customize panel, or child theme, if you are using it, will not be lost once you update the theme. If you made some changes in the theme code, then you can simply reapply those changes in the new files.

    Regarding the languages folder, we are not sure why it's not working. Could you tell us if you unzipped it? Are you uploading it through FTP?

    We do suggest you update entire theme, just in case.

    Let us know of the outcome.

    Regards, BoldThemes team

    If you like our products please consider leaving us a rating. A huge thank you from BoldThemes in advance!