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Old 01-24-2013, 04:22 PM
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Originally Posted by Richard Brown View Post
Thanks but I already saw this page and information when looking through the knowledge base and support. Please understand that for persons such as myself who are fairly computer illiterate instructions need to be clear in order to be followed ..... therefore the sentence 'In order to do it you just need to add a special JavaScript code with the updated labels before the Ecwid integration code'. doesn't mean anything to me. Hence my question of 'where to put the code'.
What is the Ecwid integration code and where is it ?

Sorry, it seems like you didn't locate the part of article I referred to.

In that article, there is the Wordpress-related part containing the following text:
How do I apply a custom translation in Wordpress?
The code for your custom translations should be placed in the HTML code of Wordpress page where your Ecwid store is installed. If you embed Ecwid manually by copying and pasting the code from the Dashboard page of your control panel to your store page, then the translation code needs to be inserted likewise into the HTML source code of that same page. On the other hand, if you use our ready Wordpress plugin, it creates a special page for the store. In your WP Admin → Pages it can be usually found as a page entitled 'Store'. You need to go editing the store page, switch your editor to HTML mode (a gray tab on the top right of editable area) and paste the code for your custom translation in there. Then you need to apply the changes by pressing Update button on the right column and then see your store, your custom translation should be visible then.
You're using WP plugin, thus the second part of the text above is applied. So, in order to add the translations JS code to your store, you will need to do the following:
- Open your WP admin backend
- Open the Pages section
- Fine the store page in the list of pages
- Open the store page for editing and switch to HTML mode (the tab switcher is in the top right corner of the text area)
- You will see the page code. It will look like this:
<!-- Ecwid code. Please do not remove this line  otherwise your Ecwid shopping cart will not work properly. -->[ecwid_script][ecwid_minicart] [ecwid_searchbox] [ecwid_categories] [ecwid_productbrowser] <!-- Ecwid code end -->
- Place your custom translations codes right below the abovementioned code so it will appear exactly after Ecwid integration code.

Please let me know if you need any further assistance with this.
Matt K
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