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Editing title of the News Section

Hi All, how do i go about to edit the title for each of the news section (eg, changing Add news category to Add blog category)? Thanks in advance.



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You'd probably need to edit a language entry.

Try opening lang/EN/news.ini and search for "Add news category", and change that to whatever you want.

Don't forget to clear your caches when you've uploaded the modified file. :)

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Hi,

Joe is right.
Normally I'd say use the 'Language used on this page' feature to do it, as you wouldn't have to dig very deep to find the string involved (or clear the cache manually). However as there's no login box on this page view you need to manually add the following onto the end of the URL to do that:
&special_page_type=lang


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Thanks Joe and Chris. Chris, what do you meant by adding that code to the URL? Is it to put this line of code to the end of the URL? Correct me if I'm wrong. Thanks once again. 
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Yeah - just copy it and paste it on to the end of the address bar and press enter.


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