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How I can translate this text in a php file, I want to translate $message

  if (!$this->_getSession()->getNoCartRedirect(true)) {
            if (!$cart->getQuote()->getHasError()) {
                $notifysymbol = "<img src='".Mage::getBaseUrl(Mage_Core_Model_Store::URL_TYPE_MEDIA)."/noticeicons/1489953827_warning.png' >";
                $message = $this->__('<div class="notit"><span class="notification-symbol">%s</span><div class="rowt2"> <span class="added_cart">Product added to cart</span><br/><span class="small-text"> Go to the checkout to complete your purchase or add more products</span></div></div>',$notifysymbol);
                $this->_getSession()->addSuccess($message);
            }
            $this->_goBack();
        }

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and this is the text in the Custom field:

<div class="notit"><span class="notification-symbol">%s</span><div class="rowt2"> <span class="added_cart">Product added to cart</span><br/><span class="small-text"> Go to the checkout to complete your purchase or add more products</span></div></div>

The text is the core_translate table too

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The $message is already translatable, because you use $this->__() to generate it. So, you can enable Inline Translation to translate it.

However, it is not best practise to use HTML code inside a translatable string. Imagine you string will some time be changed by your client - this will surely result in errors when HTML code needs to be changed. I would suggest the following solution:

<?php
    $headline = $this->__('Product added to cart');
    $text = $this->__('Go to the checkout to complete your purchase or add more products');
    $message = $this->__('<div class="notit"><span class="notification-symbol">%s</span><div class="rowt2"> <span class="added_cart">%s</span><br/><span class="small-text">%s</span></div></div>', $notifysymbol, $headline, $text);
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  • Hi I use Inline Translations but I can't see any modifications after press on Submit and clear and refresh the cache. I edit my post I add my translation window for this text. – Robert Apr 13 '17 at 22:38
  • Can you check the core_translate table in the database if your edit is there? – simonthesorcerer Apr 13 '17 at 22:40
  • yes is there I put an image into my post to see it there – Robert Apr 13 '17 at 22:43
  • The strange thing is this: the translation is for the Excellence_Ajax module, and the php code is in the app/code/core/Mage/Checkout/controllers/CartController.php file – Robert Apr 13 '17 at 22:46
  • Ok, first of all - please don't edit core files. ;) This will make patches and updates impossible. You can write your own modules for anything, or at least copy the file+path to app/code/local. Second, have you tried changing the prefix for string in the database to Mage_Checkout? – simonthesorcerer Apr 13 '17 at 22:49
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I found the same question on StackOverflow. Try this out:

One argument, in one place:

Mage::helper('module')->__('Hi %s, there is an error', $name);

Two arguments, in two places:

Mage::helper('module')->__('Hi %s, there is an error with code %s', $name, $code);

One argument, in two places:

Mage::helper('module')->__('Hi %1$s, there is an error. Your name is %1$s', $name);

Two arguments, swapping places:

// Template or block file
Mage::helper('module')->__('Hi %1$s %2$s, there is an error', $firstname, $lastname);

// CSV translation
"Hi %1$s %2$s, there is an error", "%2$s, %1$s received an error"
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  • thank you but how will look this on my code? – Robert Apr 13 '17 at 20:48

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