March 16, 2012 at 8:57 pm #5846
I’m using Estore and affiliate plugin and have it all multilingual, only think I can’t get changed is the “add to cart” text, how can I translate this? (I use WPML)
btw done all the changes for estore to get it working with WPML, only “add to cart” text is not translatedMarch 17, 2012 at 12:31 am #43098
You specify the default text of the “Add to cart” button in the following settings field of eStore:
Add to Cart Button Text or Image
eStore will take the value you specified in that field and show it on the front end.March 17, 2012 at 11:10 am #43099
Yes I know, but wasn’t my question. In your translations files like eng.php, spa.php etc, the value is not specified. I need to have it translated in serveral languages, I have a multilingual website. I use WPML and have everything nearly translated, I also use the wpml string plugin. for the translation of estore I used your instructions and is also running correctly, except the “add to cart” and product description. But I can work around this probably by adding same product with different language, or you have any better idea? about the add to cart, see for example http://www.herbalmenplus.com/de/kaufen to get an idea what I mean.
Most simple thing would be that I could add like in ger.php WP_ESTORE_ADD_TO_CART= bla blaMarch 18, 2012 at 3:53 am #43100
Lets do this little experiment to see if we get a positive result. Open the “eStore_button_display_helper.php” file from eStore plugin and search for the following line of code:
$replacement .= '<input type="submit" value="'.WP_ESTORE_ADD_CART_BUTTON.'" class="eStore_button" />';
Once you find it change it with the following line:
$replacement .= '<input type="submit" value="'._(WP_ESTORE_ADD_CART_BUTTON).'" class="eStore_button" />';
This will output the “Add to Cart” text with the marker that your language translation plugin should be able to pick up and translate.March 18, 2012 at 2:07 pm #43101
It’s not picking up add to cart, I’m not sure how to do this, but seen with gettext, you need to mention the plugin name ex. _(link, pluginname), I’m no programmer and tried all kinds of things to get the pluginname in the sentence but no luck, maybe you can help me out?March 18, 2012 at 7:05 pm #43102
Your suggestion worked, after I figured out why it didn’t work, I was using _ instead of __ , I would like to do the same for product description, which php file and statement can I find it?March 19, 2012 at 4:12 am #43103
Okay good. For the description section do the following:
Search for the following line of code in the “eStore_misc_functions.php” file then change it to what is necessary (there will be two occurrences):
$output .= html_entity_decode($ret_product->description, ENT_COMPAT,"UTF-8");March 28, 2012 at 2:54 pm #43104
Been trying to get it right, but doing something wrong. I looked up both statements, and change it to $output .= __(html_entity_decode($ret_product->description, ENT_COMPAT,”UTF-8″));
But not getting the string to translate, could you please help me out?March 29, 2012 at 5:11 am #43105
Try a simpler expression like the following first:
$output .= __($ret_product->description);March 29, 2012 at 6:48 pm #43106
if I understand it correctly, you mean change:
$output .= html_entity_decode($ret_product->description, ENT_COMPAT,”UTF-8″);
$output .= html_entity_decode(__($ret_product->description), ENT_COMPAT,”UTF-8″);
?March 30, 2012 at 1:07 am #43107
I should have been more clear. I meant the following:
Change the following line
$output .= html_entity_decode($ret_product->description, ENT_COMPAT,"UTF-8");
to the following:
$output .= __($ret_product->description);November 2, 2013 at 1:48 pm #43108Ludovic BMember
Same problem, and the solution above does not work.
I’m using eStore (7.0.0)+ WPML.
I chose the i18n setting, on a french/english website.
But my eStore front-end texts, translated by me in WPML, are not taken into account, and only the texts from wp-cart…/languages/fr.php are shown on the front-end – which is not a problem, except for the “Add to Cart” button in text mode, which is absent from the fr.php.
So my first question is :
What line looking like
should I add to the fr.php file ?
And my second question is :
How can I send my visitors to the appropriate linguistic versions of the checkout/terms/return/cancel/thank-you pages of the general settings of eStore, according to the language parameter (defined by WPML) of the page the visitor was on ?
(My website is accessible in two versions:
– all the english pages at the .com/… pages
– all the french versions at the .com/fr/… pages)November 3, 2013 at 11:45 pm #43109
Try the tweak mentioned in this post:
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