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I would like to change the english words on my main blog (exerp) page for:
"Read more" (under the exerps)
"Leave a comment"
Where do I find these texts ? I didnt see them in the functions.php of either genesis nor my child theme ...
Thanks braddalton. It took me a bit to figure it out, but I did it 😉
May I ask another question: In case there are theme updates, will only Genesis
or also the child theme be "overwritten". Should I archive all my changes to the
function php so I can re-insert them after an update ?
Just realized that these changes dont make any sense. I have a multi site installation and wanted some of those "read more" and other tags in German on one site and english on the other. But that doesnt work, because the theme is in the network and changes will apply to all sites .... I guess a multiste installation is pretty useless if you want to work with different languages ... unless I use different themes for each language ???
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