I tried to follow Vinay’s instructions here
but it seems that it doesn’t apply any more.
Is there a way to translate the “Post Comment” string?
I can’t find it any where!
Looks like I found it.
I think it’s in wp-includes/comment-template.php, so it’s a core WordPress translation issue.
Is this the case?
You can try use a plugin like Loco Translate, which will help you translate the elements properly.
Let us know if that works out for you.
Thanks for your reply Basilis.
Actually, I use poedit pro to build wordpress, plugin and theme *.po files and then I search for the string to be translated.
The “Post Comment” is a string in wp-includes/comment-template.php, line 2233.
BTW, I checked the Loco translate plugin. Didn’t know about it and it looks solid. Thx.
Thanks for the feedback. Did you have any luck translating the string using Loco translate?
No I didn’t use Loco because Poedit pro is faster or easier for me. I could have used Loco though, the string was there!
Ok, thanks for the feedback. But you got your initial problem fixed, correct?
Yes I did.
The “Post Comment” is a string in a core wordpress file:/wp-includes/comment-template.php, line 2233
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