How to get rid of laquo
I’ve set a separate page to display my posts. But what I see on the bottom is ugly “Starsze posty «” (Older posts «).
What is more, when I click it I get once again “Older posts «” and “Â» Brak postÃ³w” (No posts or whatever it is in english translation) on the second, third and so on page…
How to make it look correctly and fix no posts while there are posts 😛
AnonymousJune 15, 2012 at 1:56 am #29293
Did you hack the parent theme? Because Graphene is
XHTML 1.0 Strictand yours’ is
XHTML 1.0 Transitional.
Also, your page source shows this,
<p class="previous"><a href="http://dealwynajem.pl/aktualnosci/page/3" >Starsze posty «</a></p>
This should be
<p class="previous"><a href="http://dealwynajem.pl/aktualnosci/page/3" >Starsze posty &[no_space]laquo;</a></p>
It is a translation error. I think you are using Polish language. And, it is missing a
msgid "Older posts &[no_space]laquo;"
msgstr "Starsze posty «"
(pl_PL.po line no. 2220)
Notice that there is no
Starsze posty «. Using POEdit, change
Starsze posty «to
Starsze posty &[no_space]laquo;and update language files.
Who is maintaining the Polish language translation for Graphene theme?
Note: I’ve added
[no_space]to stop bbPress from rendering it as Â«. Please remove
[no_space]while updating the language files.
Yay! Fixing .po file did it! I don’t know who is maintaining it, but I can start to do it 🙂
I changed it back to strict, probably second person taking care of this website did it.
Now there’s another translation error, in .po file there isCode:Continue reading Â»
translated intoCode:Kontynuuj czytanie Â»
but on site I seeCode:Continue reading (post title) Â»
You can see it here: http://dealwynajem.pl/aktualnosci at the second post.
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