[support] Fwd: "Read more" edit
neil at esl-lounge.com
Tue Apr 12 00:18:59 UTC 2011
hmm, that's not really a workaround...you shouldn't touch core modules.
I've been using String Overrides module for two years and it works like
a charm. Could be a cache issue, always clear cache when working with
those types of modules.
On 11/04/2011 21:04, Christian Quiñones wrote:
> I must be doing something wrong as I have done as you instructed with
> no punctuations just the first letter capitalized. However I did go
> into the node.module file and found the string that defines "Read
> more" and replaced it, and now my new text appears. I guess there is
> always a work around.
> On Mon, Apr 11, 2011 at 10:03 PM, Neil Coghlan <neil at esl-lounge.com
> <mailto:neil at esl-lounge.com>> wrote:
> if you install the module, you have a text box on the right and
> one on the left.
> In the left, you put the string exactly as it appears in the
> module. "Read more" is not the same as "Read more?" I believe the
> exact string in the node.module is "Read more". Only first word
> capitalised, no punctuation.
> then on the right, put what you want to appear. Refresh page.
> On 11/04/2011 16:55, Christian Quiñones wrote:
>> Ok, so if I use string overrides, would I just use the word "Read
>> More"?, when trying this, no changes take place.
>> On Mon, Apr 11, 2011 at 8:45 PM, Neil Coghlan
>> <neil at esl-lounge.com <mailto:neil at esl-lounge.com>> wrote:
>> if you want to replace all instances of "Read More", then
>> string overrides is the easiest way to do it.
>> On 11/04/2011 16:31, Christian Quiñones wrote:
>>> @Neil. I am afraid I have to do some more research to learn
>>> how to roll my own links. I was hoping it was as simple as
>>> just "replacing" keywords.
>>> @Earnie, I looked at the api and I dont' understand if I
>>> have to just copy and paste into the node.api.php file or if
>>> I have to actually create a module invoking this api. If
>>> its tha latter, I will need to keep searching for a better
>>> Either way, thank you for your input.
>>> On Mon, Apr 11, 2011 at 7:40 PM, Earnie Boyd
>>> <earnie at users.sourceforge.net
>>> <mailto:earnie at users.sourceforge.net>> wrote:
>>> Simply roll a custom module that implements
>>> hook_link_alter for D6 or
>>> hook_node_view_alter for D7.
>>> -- http://progw.com
>>> -- http://www.for-my-kids.com
>>> [ Drupal support list | http://lists.drupal.org/ ]
>> [ Drupal support list | http://lists.drupal.org/ ]
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