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I am trying to customize the text of the comments in Metro Pro and translate them to Spanish. I have been able to change the button text inside a post and also de Comments form. But the text in the homepage won't change no matter what I do.
The buttons appear in Spanish for me ("16 COMENTARIOS") - at least until Google translates them.
Please post again if you have additional questions or mark your thread as resolved if things are OK.
Nope, it still shows in the homepage, not inside the post.
Look here: http://locosxlo-cp84.wordpresstemporal.com/
The Metro Pro theme does not present comment label or buttons on the home page. The only English text I can see on the home page is in the search box ("Search this website...") and in the footer (copyright throughout login items). The meta labels on the blog page are also in English ('filed under'/'tagged with')
The comment label on the blog page and all comment labels on posts is presented in Spanish. Everywhere it is "COMENTARIOS".
Perhaps I am missing something or miscommunicating - please post a screen capture of the problem text area.
Also, I just noticed your domain name "wordpresstemporal.com" - Did you know that this is in violation of the WordPress Foundation Trademark Policy? That’s probably something you should take care of.
Under no circumstances is it permitted to use WordPress or WordCamp as part of a top-level domain name.
This is not my domain, it is my client's.
She has a temporary URL while migrating and designing the site, before we move it to her main domain. Her hosting provider gave it to her.
I am posting a screenshot I just took
Thanks Tom. I see it now just like you.
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