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Why can't I find this statment in any of the .php files ?

  • Why can’t I find a certain sentence in any of the .php files that shows up in the word press page?

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  • Why can’t I find a certain sentence in any of the .php files

    Which sentence? Can you be more specific? Site URL?

    oops yes how silly of me

    http://www.djmag.ca/ then go to photos/ pick any region / and click threw all the way till you get a bunch of photos. click on any on of the photos and box pops up. “Please sign up for an account or login for full access to DJmag.ca” I’m trying to change that statement 😉

    michael.mariart
    Member

    @michaelmariart

    What are you actually searching for? If you’re searching for “Please sign up for an account or login for full access to DJmag.ca” then you won’t find that. That’s because the part ‘DJMag.ca’ will be added in as a variable taken from your site name. If you search for “Please sign up for an account” only you should have a whole lot more chnace of finding where that is.

    The sentence that you want to change is part of the signup form. If you have access to that you can change it. If you are using a plugin like Lightbox Plus for gallery you may find it there.

    I searched every .PHP file and still nothing. Is it possible this could be a Java Script by the original developer?

    Driving me crazy!!

    Ok so I ended up finding it and it was the full statement. Now I made a simple change to the tag and updated the .php file with zero effect. very confused. What could be the problem?

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