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Translate "SHOW ALL" in Portfolio

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Hi! Where can I translate "SHOW All" in portfolio page ?

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Julian

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi! Jeff,
to translate "Show All" and "Load More" in SP Portfolio Module, you have to edit the file "default.php" located in the:
home/username/public_html/templates/shaper_awetive/html/mod_sp_portfolio/ directory of your hosting server, or in the Shaper Awetive Template v1.1 .ZIP file.

• Follow these steps:
1) Login to your server via FTP and go to:
home/username/public_html/templates/shaper_awetive/html/mod_sp_portfolio/ directory.
(remember that depending on your web hosting where you have hosted the /home/username/public_html/ directory may have another name, and the "username" is the user you use to log into your FTP server account).
2) Download and edit the file default.php with an editor like Notepad++ or similar (this is free and one of the best for me).
3) Upload via FTP the default.php file to its original directory.

• The issues that you must perform on the default.php file are:
1- In the line 74: Change the text "Show All" for the language of your choice.
2- In the line 137: Change the text "Load More" for the language of your choice.

• For example, to translate in spanish the line 74 of the .PHP file, would be:
Original Line 74: <li><a class="btn active" href="#" data-filter="*"><?php echo JText::_('Show All'); ?></a></li>
Mod Line 74: <li><a class="btn active" href="#" data-filter="*"><?php echo JText::_('Mostrar más'); ?></a></li>

• To translate in spanish the line 137 of the .PHP file, would be:
Original Line 137: <span>Load More</span>
Mod Line 137: <span>Cargar más...</span>


• See the screenshot!
Line 74 & Line 137 of default.php file.

Hope that helps, sorry my bad english...
Regards! ;)

Jeff

More than a month ago #Permalink
And where can I translate "Load More" button in SP Portfolio ?

I could not find this in en-GB.mod_sp_portfolio.ini

Jeff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Julian wrote:

Hi! Jeff,
to translate "Show All" and "Load More" in SP Portfolio Module, you have to edit the file "default.php" located in the:
home/username/public_html/templates/shaper_awetive/html/mod_sp_portfolio/ directory of your hosting server, or in the Shaper Awetive Template v1.1 .ZIP file....

Hope that helps...



Hi Julian! Thank`s for the reply! Yea! Yea! Yea! This realy help for me! :) Good luck! ;)

Julian

More than a month ago #Permalink
Jeff wrote:

Julian wrote:

Hi! Jeff,
to translate "Show All" and "Load More" in SP Portfolio Module, you have to edit the file "default.php" located in the:
home/username/public_html/templates/shaper_awetive/html/mod_sp_portfolio/ directory of your hosting server, or in the Shaper Awetive Template v1.1 .ZIP file....

Hope that helps...



Hi Julian! Thank`s for the reply! Yea! Yea! Yea! This realy help for me! :) Good luck! ;)


I am glad you've been able to solve it!
Regards! ;)

audiolight

More than a month ago #Permalink
I have the same problem but in the optima template, I don't see the Sp Portfolio directory at this location and I can't find it at all but This template use this componant. Where I can find it ?


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