Support » Plugin: Salon booking system » Change the wording on booking form

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  • Plugin Author salonbooking

    (@wordpresschef)

    Hi,

    thank you for your question. Actually there is no a specific feature for this but you can accomplish it using the translations.

    For example: you can use a plugin to translate the text strings and use your favorite words to replace a specific phrase.

    Let me know if it’s clear.

    Regards

    Sorry but this isn’t very clear. I tried this but the plugins require you to be able to highlight the text strings you want to translate. I can’t see where these text strings are as the page they appear on is in the shortcode [salon/]

    Plugin Author salonbooking

    (@wordpresschef)

    Hi,

    the following text strings are all translatable:

    – When do you want to come?
    – What do you need?
    – Checkout
    – Do you have any message for us

    Which plugin do you use for translations?

    D.

    I tried qTranslate but as I mentioned you had to be on the page that had the string you wanted to translate.
    If you have a plugin you recommend I’d be happy to give it a try.

    Plugin Author salonbooking

    (@wordpresschef)

    We are WPML fan actually : )

    Home

    Hmm ok. $30 to change 3 lines of text ($10 a line) seems silly. I’m a local business so have no need of translation of my whole site.

    I guess I will live with the sentences as they are.

    For future versions you might want to change the text to something softer and also correct the grammar in the checkout question to something like:

    “Any additional information”

    I appreciate your help with this.
    Overall I’m really pleased with the functionality of the plugin.

    Plugin Author salonbooking

    (@wordpresschef)

    Hi,

    you don’t need to pay for the translations you can do it by yourself using the plugin and the text strings translations.

    Yes but the plugin is $30 and that is all I would be using it for.

    Plugin Author salonbooking

    (@wordpresschef)

    alternatively you could work straight on .po files using poedit to manage the translations.

    Actually I’m showing you all the possible turnaround.

    Thank you so much for all the assistance.

    In the end I found a plugin to make the changes I needed. It is called Loco Translate and I have now managed to change all the text I wanted to.

    Again many thanks for your support.

    Plugin Author salonbooking

    (@wordpresschef)

    🙂 Thank you to for sharing your solution ; )

    Plugin Author salonbooking

    (@wordpresschef)

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