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  • if(empty($icon_only)) {
    $button .= ‘<span>’.esc_html__(‘Quick View’, ‘woo-quick-view’).'</span>’;
    }

    in my plug in woo-commerce-quickview ( XT Woo Commerce Quickview )

    This is hard coded, and the button says “Quick View” . i would like to edit this to make it that when my website is in fr_CA , it says “Apercu” instead.
    (actually right now it says Apercu, probably because of the cache… anyway i would like to know how to re-write this so that i input one string of text for fr_CA and another for en_CA .)

    Thanks!

    PS. I found this <?php _e(“[:fr_CA]Les réseaux sociaux[:en_CA]Social Media[:]”); ?>

    But it gives me an error and I try to insert it, I don’t know how to properly insert that…

    • This topic was modified 2 years, 4 months ago by adminmax.

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  • Moderator t-p

    (@t-p)

    There are two woocommerce quick view related plugins:

    WooCommerce Quick View

    XT WooCommerce Quick View

    Please identify exactly which plugin you are using and then post in that plugin’s dedicated forum via its page in the Plugin Repository so the plugin’s developers and support community can help you with this.

    Thread Starter adminmax

    (@adminmax)

    I am asking here for a general solution for a hard-coded string translation. I already asked the developer of the plugin to no avail. In the original post I also already specified which plug in exactly it is. (XT Woocommerce Quick View)

    Thanks to anyone who can help me with this!

    Moderator t-p

    (@t-p)

    it is. (XT Woocommerce Quick View)

    I recommend asking at https://wordpress.org/support/plugin/xt-woo-quick-view-lite/?view=all so the plugin’s developers and support community can help you with this.

    I already asked the developer of the plugin to no avail.

    I don’t see any thread created by you on that plugin’s dedicated forum!!!
    Where did you ask?

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 4 months ago by t-p.
    Thread Starter adminmax

    (@adminmax)

    Directly, through their support on the plug in page.

    But i am asking here because I believe I might come across this issue again with something else. Therefore I would enjoy a general way to write a string of text that will adapt itself to my site languages, right in the php file.

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