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Shortcode gallery "Show All" translation

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I would be very pleased if you can give me advice how can I translate "Show All" button, which is in my article. I put shortcode into my article and gallery showed up. I haven´t installed nether Simple Gallery and Portfolio components. I use university template.

I think most proper way is to translate it somehow into joomla´s language folder because I would like to have multi-language site.

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Rifat Wahid Alif - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
you will get this in following path: 'modules\mod_sp_portfolio\tmpl\appico.php' in 69 no line:

<li><a class="btn active" href="#" data-filter="*"><?php echo JText::_('Show All'); ?></a></li>

just replace 'Show All' text, whatever you want.

- Thanks for your understand :)


More than a month ago #Permalink
Unfortunetly there is not such file like modules\mod_sp_portfolio\tmpl\appico.php.

All I have is templates/shaper_university/html/mod_sp_simple_gallery folder and there is default.php file that doesn´t have this line like described above.

Rifat Wahid Alif - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
which 'Show All' are you talking about ? is it : ?

Rifat Wahid Alif - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
then my first answer was right.


More than a month ago #Permalink
hello Rifat Wahid Alif, if i translate it there I have an german text on english page ? It has to be an option for override for example hasen't it ?

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