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Language of tab 'All' in isotope submenu
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TOPIC: Language of tab 'All' in isotope submenu

Language of tab 'All' in isotope submenu 30 Dec 2013 10:24 #3580

Hey Guyz,

thanks for Vihrea, it is magic.
I'm just developing a website using your template.
It will be the website of an Italian Pet Care association: you can find it here now, laica.host56.com (don't worry, it will be moved).

The problem
If you browse #adozioni category, you can find the isotope filter for subcategory.
Tabs are all definied by me except for the first one: 'All'.
I'm really getting crazy to find the source file of that label in order to change it with the Italian word 'Tutti'.

Same issue for:
-'Font Size', I want to change it in Dimensione Carattere.
- the line 'Send an email. All fields with an * are required.' in Contacts page.

Thank you for you kind help.
Look at the footer of the website for our thanks for your great free template. (Available to change that line as you wish).

Bye
AG

Re: Language of tab 'All' in isotope submenu 08 Jan 2014 12:49 #3604

Hallo AG,

the "All" can you change in the script templates/jf_vihrea/html/com_k2/portfolio/category.php in line 78 (+- any lines) you can find it.

<li><a href="#" data-category="*">All</a></li>
Last Edit: 08 Jan 2014 12:50 by kai.budich.

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