Viewing 4 posts - 1 through 4 (of 4 total)
  • Author
    Posts
  • #27255

    Hi,

    How can I translate DatePicker elements like “Today”, DD / MM / YY”, “Prev” and “Next” ?

    Thx.

    Regards,

    Jul…

    #133371

    Hi,

    Please look on lines 234 and 265-6 of /framework/php/class-form-generator.php

    As for the Prev and Next , could you show the page on the theme demo or your website, specifically where they are found?

    Thanks,

    Nick

    #133372

    The date format can be changed with a filter. Use following code and insert it at the bottom of functions.php

    add_filter('avf_datepicker_dateformat','avia_change_datepicker_date');
    function avia_change_datepicker_date(){
    return "DD / mm / yy";
    }

    Instead of DD/ mm / yy insert your own format. A list of all supported formats can be found here: http://www.phpeveryday.com/articles/jQuery-UI-Changing-the-date-format-for-Datepicker-P1023.html

    All other strings (“Prev” and “Next”, Today, etc.) are translatable like standard text strings. I’d recommend to use codestyling: http://wordpress.org/plugins/codestyling-localization/ to scan (or re-scan) the theme files and to add the datepicker text strings to the po/mo files.

    #133373

    Hi,

    Sorry Nick, the theme demo has not datepicker and my website is now on my intranet before publishing. But thank you Dude, I’ve tried codestyling-localization and it works fine, I’ve found the text strings for the datepicker, it’s perfect. I will try the filter for date format.

    Thank you to both!

    Best regards.

    Jul…

Viewing 4 posts - 1 through 4 (of 4 total)

The topic ‘DatePicker translation’ is closed to new replies.