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The Localization page provides the opportunity for you to have control over Web Office text changes and language translations. The Web Office features static and dynamic content. Although most elements that can be customized using the appropriate Web Office Admin page, some elements are “hard-coded” into the HTML and are therefore static.
For example: In the Web Office, the widget header “Business Snapshot” text is static.
You can use the search bar and search “Business Snapshot” in the Localization page to find and edit the string.
The Localization page gives you this power to change any static content “string”. You can use the page to find all instances of the static content string and change them to whatever you want.
Read more: 1.8. Localizing Web Office Content
When new text is added to the Web Office Admin, it gets added to the internal strings system where it can be translated to the various market/language combinations you have enabled. Translations are displayed in the Web Office based on the value entered in the export document. If there is no value entered for the market/language, it will default to the next available value.
In Web Office Admin, navigate to: Content Management > Localization.
In the Localization page, search for either the string name or the text you want to change.
The search results appear below the search bar. You can filter them based on type.
In the search results, click the Edit icon for the string you want to change.
The Edit String pop-up window opens.
In the Text Value field, change the text to suit your needs.
If you have other languages configured, click each language and enter the translations.
The translations will show in the Web Office once the cache is recycled. This can take up to 30 minutes.
You now know how to edit strings using the Localization page in Web Office Admin.