Support » Plugin: Coming Soon Viral Page by Growtheme » Add different language support

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  • Plugin Contributor jaschaio

    (@jaschaio)

    Hey Marius,
    everything on the frontend (the visible part for your site visitors) is already translatable via the plugin admin panel.

    If you would like to translate the Plugin Admin Panel from english to polish you can use a Translation Plugin like “loco translate”. We just published an update that adds support for complete translations of the plugin.

    Hope this helps,
    best regards

    Hi,

    you are right except countdown timers. Where I can translate “Days”, “Hours”, “Minutes”, “Seconds” ?

    Plugin Contributor jaschaio

    (@jaschaio)

    Hey Marius,
    thanks for Following Up. You are right, those strings are set within CSS and therefore aren’t translatable via the backend.

    Instead you can add the Following Code to the “Custom CSS” Field within the Coming Soon Admin Panel and just adjust the content part of each declartion with your translations:

    .flip-clock-divider .flip-clock-label {
        text-indent: -10000px;
    }
    
    .flip-clock-divider .flip-clock-label:before {
        float:left;
        text-indent:0;
    }
    
    .flip-clock-divider.days .flip-clock-label:before {
        content:'Days'
    }
    
    .flip-clock-divider.hours .flip-clock-label:before {
        content:'Hours'
    }
    
    .flip-clock-divider.minutes .flip-clock-label:before {
        content:'Minutes'
    }
    
    .flip-clock-divider.seconds .flip-clock-label:before {
        content:'Seconds'
    }

    So for example, if you would like to translate “Minutes” to “Minuta” just replace that word within the CSS:

    .flip-clock-divider.minutes .flip-clock-label:before {
        content:'Minuta'
    }

    Thanks! It works fine.

    I’ve found another one.
    On exit intent popup there are two buttons with “YES” and “NO”. How to translate these strings?

    Plugin Contributor jaschaio

    (@jaschaio)

    You can add the Following Code to the bottom of the other one I already gave you previously.

    #exit-popup .layer-one .button span {
        text-indent: -10000px;
    }
    
    #exit-popup .layer-one .button span:before {
        text-indent: 0px;
        float:left;
    }
    
    #exit-popup .layer-one .button.primary span:before {
        content:'Yes'
    }
    
    #exit-popup .layer-one .button.secondary span:before {
        content:'No'
    }

    Just change the part between the quotes after content:

    I’ve found new issues:

    1. “YES” on attached screen overlaps text on the right:
    https://kierunekwolnosc.pl/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/issue.jpg

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    Plugin Contributor jaschaio

    (@jaschaio)

    Hey Marius,
    you are right. I would recommend that you download a translation plugin like Loco Translate and translate those strings with the help of the plugin.

    This is more flexible and a better way than doing it via custom CSS.

    Please make sure to update the Coming Soon Plugin as well to the latest version (1.1.11) to include those strings.

    Let us know if you find anything else that is not translatable.

    Hope this helps,
    best regards

    What about this issue?
    1. “YES” on attached screen overlaps text on the right:
    https://kierunekwolnosc.pl/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/issue.jpg

    This is not a matter of translation. This is graphical issue.
    How to solve it?

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