Changing text words using loco translate

I was advised to install Loco Translate to change the terms ‘Sign In’ to ‘Come On In’ and ‘Register’ to ‘Join Us’ as I want a more friendly community feel rather than legal speak.

I have installed.
I have gone to Loco Translate>Home>Running Plugins>(Choose One)> Edit Template
and then searched the terms ‘Sign In’ and ‘Register’

The only running plug in I could find these terms in was in the main Hivepress plug in. I have changed those terms. Pressed Save. But cannot see any changes.

So for example, if I go via an incognito window, press the message button of a profile. The pop up box appears and still says Register and Sign In.

I am really not sure where the changes I have made in Hivepress appear?

Can you direct me where within Loco Translate and Hivepress plugins that I choose to change this pop up ‘sign in’ box please?

Just for total visibility of process actioned so far. The following were the terms I found for example, and changed from Register/registered to Join/Joined/Join Us.

Join Us Register

Choose a page with terms that user has to accept before joining. Choose a page with terms that user has to accept before registering.

Joined Users Registered Users

Date Joined Date Registered

Vendor Joined Vendor Registered

This email has already joined. This email is already registered.

User Joined User Registered

Hi, %user_name%! Thank you for joining, now you can access website areas that require an account. Hi, %user_name%! Thank you for registering, now you can access website areas that require an account.

A new vendor profile has joined, click on the following link to view it: %vendor_url% A new vendor profile has been registered, click on the following link to view it: %vendor_url%

Welcome User Register User

And the following were found and changed within the Loco Translate Plugin with Hivepress plug in.

Come On In Sign In

Log Out Sign Out

But still the pop up box still says Sign In.

Hi,

Please review this documentation and follow all the recommendations described there, then the translation will be displayed without any issues How to change any static text - HivePress Help Center. Also, if this issue exists, please disable third-party plugins and customizations (if there are any) and check if this issue persists. If you use a caching plugin, make sure that caching is disabled for logged-in users.

I believe this will be useful to you.

I have followed the instructions of loco translate to the letter for static text. I don’t believe that is the issue here.

What I was hoping was that you can advise me and confirm which running Hivepress plugin this text upon the pop up form that says ‘Sign In and Register’ is? To confirm and advise which Hivepress plugin that sits within?

What I have noticed is the English UK translation is sitting only at 3% for HivePress???
It is at 100% for all other plugins.
Is it a case that no changes will be made until this initial translation to UK english is at 100%?

And there are warning labels??

(I have no cache plugins activated currently)

Hi,

Please note that you don’t need to edit the template, just create a file for translation. I recommend doing everything step by step as in this doc: How to translate HivePress - HivePress Help Center (note that you do not need to edit the template). Also, I recommend synchronizing the templates and selecting the language you need, as described in this document: How to change any static text - HivePress Help Center. Yes, unfortunately, we don’t have an automatic translation for English UK, but thank you for your feedback, we will try to add more translations.


I have now got those terms changed in the translation area. But they are still not showing up as changed?

See below:

Screenshot 2024-01-26 at 14.37.29
Screenshot 2024-01-26 at 14.37.48

I have no 3rd party customisations.
I deactivated Lite Speed Cache and Speed Optimiser from Siteground.

Hi,

Please provide more details. Have you implemented the recommendations described in this document? How to change any static text - HivePress Help Center :

If the text is not available, you need to synchronize the template. For example, if the text is related to reviews, navigate to the Loco Translate > Plugins > HivePress Reviews > Edit Template section and click Sync. Then save changes.

Next, go to the Loco Translate > Plugins > HivePress Reviews > New Language (or choose your current language) and click Sync and then Save. Now the missing strings should appear.

Please note that if you change the text (e.g., from English to Polish), you first need to select the language in WordPress Dashboard > Settings > General > Site Language.

I have spent nearly a week going round and round in circles to just change a simple word or two. Doing those steps over and over.

Which is why I sent you the latest screen shots to show that I have done/rectified those steps. That I haven’t edited the template and that they are sitting there in the translation column and I have synced and saved numerous times now.

I have flushed dynamic flush. Enabled automatic flushing.

I have now emailed you guys temporary access for you guys to take a look at the cache plug ins etc.

You have copied that process to me now three times of looking at the hyper link and following the process which I have done so many times now.

You have now added that I need to go into HivePress Reviews specifically which I have changed the language and save.

The terms register and sign are not within this plug in. They are within Hivepress plug in.

I have repeated this process over and over and been given the same response to do what I have done already.

Please could you take a look at it please to see what the problem is please. As there is an issue despite me following what you are saying, unfortunately.

Hi,

Please send temporary WP access to support@hivepress.io with details for reproducing this issue, and we’ll check it (please send only the link, without login and password). You can create a temporary access link using this plugin Temporary Login Without Password – WordPress plugin | WordPress.org.