Language of 'Read more'

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    Hi there,
    My blog is base on Turkish, i would like to change the language of ‘read more’ from English to Turkish.. Can some one pls explain me ,how is it gonna work ?

    The blog I need help with is


    Theme Author

    Hey – thanks for the message.

    What would the Turkish for ‘read more’ be?

    The Turkish translations for Passenger can be seen here:

    It looks like the theme is mostly translated into Turkish (including the read more link) but there are a few translations that need verifying. I shall ask the team when this is likely to happen – hopefully it won’t take too long.



    Translation was around %75 , i did translate the rest today, lets see how long it will take to get approved..

    Thanks for the support..


    Hi chefexpat,

    Thanks for helping with the translation. I’ve reached out to the validators to have them take a look. After the strings are approved, they will be automatically enabled around 3am UTC time.



    Could you use the Turkish characters instead of the English ones? Once that is updated, let me know and our reviewers can take another look at the translations.



    Hi again,
    Will be very challenging from my side to do that since i use English keyboard, my only challenge with “read more” button, that is the only thing which i need to translate.. Is there any other way to do that instead of translating whole template? Maybe with css etc?


    So, I worked up some CSS for you. It works in Microsoft Edge, Chrome, Firefox, and Safari, but it does not work in Internet Explorer 11. It actually just hides the buttons in IE, but the featured image or page title can be clicked to visit the rest of the post.

    Feel free to try this if you like:

    /* Hide original button */
    .blog a.more-link, .blog a.more-link:after {
        visibility: hidden;
    /* Create new button */
    .blog a.more-link:before {
        content: 'Your Text Here';
        visibility: visible;
        display: block;
        padding: 15px 50px;
        background-color: #ececec;
        position: relative;
        width: 100%;

    It will look similar, but not exactly the same as the original button. It won’t be as wide or include the arrow, but you’ll be able to change the text for the browsers that support it.

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