March 20, 2018 at 8:10 am #4213
How to change or translate “Read More” button in blog page?
I add Excerpt Length (number of words) – 50 of my 500 text.
So i need to change “Read More” button in my own language.
Thank YouMarch 20, 2018 at 10:47 am #4215March 20, 2018 at 12:12 pm #4217
Thank you, but i can’t find “read more” text in this plugin.
It’s imposible tranlate with CSS?March 20, 2018 at 2:15 pm #4222
CSS is for styling or positioning content. It is not used to create or edit translations or any other content.
Here are the steps to translate “Read More” into your language.
In your dashboard go to ‘Loco Translate’ > ‘Themes’
Click on ‘Trusted Pro’
Click on ‘New Language’
Choose your language in ‘WordPress language’
Click ‘Start translating’ button
Scroll through ‘Source text’ until you find ‘Read More’
Write your own translation of Read More in the translation box and click ‘Save’ button, see attached image
That’s it. Now the blog post excerpts will show the translated text instead of read more.March 21, 2018 at 8:36 am #4244
Thank You Again 🙂December 9, 2020 at 12:35 am #12901oSParticipant
Is there a way to translate it without using a plugin?
December 9, 2020 at 10:42 am #12906
- This reply was modified 10 months, 2 weeks ago by oS.
To translate with using a plugin, there is a file named “trusted.pot” located in the “/languages/” folder of the theme.
Open this trusted.pot file on your computer using suitable language translation software such as Poedit.
Use the Poedit software to create the language files for your language. You can translate any of the theme’s text strings such as “Read More” and many others. Some of the text strings are visible only in the admin of your dashboard, and some such as “Read More” are visible on the front-end of the site, so you can translate only those that you need.
Save the new language translation files. This will generate two files to save e.g. for Spanish “es_ES.mo” and “es_ES.po” (the theme is already translated into Spanish, this is just an example).
Upload the saved .mo and .po files to the theme’s “/languages/” folder on your website (located at yourdomain/wp-content/themes/trusted-pro/languages/)
The Loco Translate plugin generates the language files and saves in the correct location, directly in your site admin so you only need to actually do the translation without all extra steps needed to do this manually without a plugin.
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