Changing "View Full Post" on child theme

  • Anonymous


    I’ve read this post on how to use Codestyling Localization plugin to change text on buttons and such.

    However i can figure out how to do it when using a child theme. My child theme simply does not show on the Localization list. User Brambalar had the same problem but the answer given was to look at catalogs rights 777 with your FTP software.

    what is catalogs rights 777? and is there an simpel solution to this problem?

    Please help me

    Thank you very much.




    Thanks for the quick response 🙂

    The code provided is useful, however I’m writing my blog in Danish, and some special characters don’t show with this method.

    Isn’t there any way to use Codestyling Localization on a child theme?

    Thanks again


    Syahir Hakim


    Why won’t the special characters show? PHP and WordPress is UTF-8 compliant afaik.



    Yes i would think so to, but I tried to change the original ‘view full post’ in the parent functions.php as well as in my child function.php and both are not compatible with the symbols æøå (don’t know if u can see the symbols 🙂

    Would it make sense to ad a UTF-8 code in my child functions.php?




    Also it is funny because the symbols have no problems in the post text, but only if I write it in the code. you can see for your self – don’t mind the mess, its still not completely finished 🙂


    Syahir Hakim


    Hurm..try using the equivalent HTML entities for those characters instead:



    cool, that worked!

    Thanks for the great help, support and for an awsome theme :)!



    I’m not sure if the problem I’m having is the same…

    I installed Codestyling Localization

    When I click on “Localization” in the left side of the dashboard, it lists all my plugins etc. and Graphene but says Graphene is not activated.

    1. Why is showing as inactive? How to activate?

    2. Which file/where/what do I change to change the button text “view full post”?


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