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  • Denzel Chia
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    #30431 |

    Hi,

    What multi-language plugin are you using?
    There should be an interface in the plugin for you to search and translate the string.

    Thank you

    Asimakopoulos Alexandros
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    #30433 |

    Hello and thank you for your repsonceI am usying Polylang.

    Denzel Chia
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    #30443 |

    Hi,

    What language are you using?
    I cannot find gr_GR from WP Locale

    Translation Teams

    Thank you

    Asimakopoulos Alexandros
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    #30456 |

    hank you for your responce, Greek it is el_EL

    Denzel Chia
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    #30464 |

    Hi,

    So, did you get it working after getting the correct language file name?

    Thank you

    Asimakopoulos Alexandros
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    #30507 |

    Hello, no not yet, I created and a .po file in greek and found to translate the read more string with Loco translate but it still takes read more on english. Is there anything more i can do?

    Denzel Chia
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    Asimakopoulos Alexandros
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    #30630 |

    Hello @Denzel Chia and thank you again for your reply! 🙂 have done all this steps https://theme4press.com/docs/how-to-translate/ . I tried to do that
    You need to update the strings in your language file.
    The locations may have changed.

    If not, you can open up evolve-plus/library/function/basic-functions.php
    but i am using alora. can you please help me?

    Asimakopoulos Alexandros
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    #30631 |

    i also downloaded the loco translate. Is it possible that it takes the read more not from alora theme and it take it from plugin?it is a blog shortcode. i found that if i change in Plugins Theme4Press Core t4p-core-en_US.po it changes on english, so should i create a t4p-core-el_EL.po with greek?and if yes where should i save it? I tried it and download the t4p-core-en_US.po and created a t4p-core-el_EL.po and upload it on public_html/wp-content/plugins/t4p-core/languages. In loco translate it shows the greek but in the blog page it doesn;t change to greek translation. Am i doing smething wrong?

    Denzel Chia
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    #30636 |

    Hi,

    In your WordPress admin.
    Go to Loco Translate -> Plugins
    Select Theme4press core.

    Create Template,
    Create language -> select language… follow through instructions.
    Find the word to translate. Remember to click Save..

    Please see my screen-cast for the details.
    http://screencast-o-matic.com/watch/cD6XfmjyLU

    Thank you

    Asimakopoulos Alexandros
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    #30742 |

    Thank you so much @Denzel Chia it works now! 🙂

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    Denzel Chia
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    #30745 |

    You are welcome.

    Thank you

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