I’m using your nice theme on my new website (http://www.naitreparent.ch).
I have different questions, to help me to configure the template correctly :
1) I would like to translate in French the text “Share This:” visible at the end of the posts (blog). I can’t find where to do that. Is this text in your template, in the WordPress core, in a plugin ?
For information : I’m using the “Loco Translate” plugin to translate the website.
2) I would like to modify the default capitalization of the texts (titles for instance), to avoid to “Capitalize Each Word”. You have to know that in french, we do not capitalize each word. Only English language does that. And English is the native language of only 5% of the people living on Earth…
For instance, on the http://www.naitreparent.ch/soins-massage-femmes-enceintes/ page, I would like to read “Soins : massage femmes enceintes” instead of “Soins : Massage Femmes Enceintes”.
Or, other example : on the homepage, http://www.naitreparent.ch/, I would like to have “Le site pour les parents et futurs parents” instead of “Le Site Pour Les Parents Et Futurs Parents”.
Thank you for you help, kind regards,
Thank you for contacting us. You can find the “Share this” text by the following instruction:
Plugins => tt-plugin => inc => template-tag.php => http://prntscr.com/iqxunj
To remove capitalize from title, Please remove “test-transform: capitalize” from section-title class. See the screenshot: http://prntscr.com/iqxg8w
Thank you for your help.
The “share this” text translation is OK now.
About the capitalize from title : I removed all “text-transform: capitalize” strings in the style.css file, but the texts are always visible in capitals. Why ?