0

I'm using Porto theme by Smartwave on Magento 2.2.5 CE. The store is based in the UK. A lot of the terms on Magento 2 are US, so I am just wondering where can I change the particular term TAX to VAT throughout the entire store?

Looking in this directory:

app/design/frontend/Smartwave/porto/i18n

I have found en_US.csv, however no en_GB.csv...even when looking in the static content directory: /pub/static/frontend/Smartwave/porto/en_GB/i18n

It shows only en_US.csv

1 Answer 1

0

By default Magento provides the support to the en_US only if you have created your store in other language then you yourself have to maintain it into the other language

Just simply traverse to the below location

Admin > Store > Settings > Configuration > General > General

From Store View: Select your store view & in Locale Option select that language in which you want your store view Locale Option > Locale

And now traverse to below location

Magento_root/app/design/frontend/{Vendor}/{theme}/i18n

Put your language_CODE.csv file there. For en_GB you can get it from here

Set your desired changes there into that file & run the below commands

php bin/magento setup:upgrade
php bin/magento setup:static-content:deploy en_GB en_US -f

Note: Make sure you have entered the language_CODE when you are deploying the content then only it will create the other language's static content otherwise it will deploys only the en_US content.

2
  • Thank you for the quick reply and guidance! However upon looking at the .csv file it doesn't contain any replacement for TAX. Would I just add TAX as a value and in the next column add VAT? Commented Aug 21, 2018 at 14:58
  • Yes as I already said that set your desired changes into that file you can simply put it like this "original_value","desired_value" make sure that the value (original_value) you are putting there in the csv file is translate able & also should have exact same value means capital letters at place of capital & small letter at the place of small Commented Aug 21, 2018 at 17:57

Your Answer

By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you agree to our terms of service and acknowledge you have read our privacy policy.

Not the answer you're looking for? Browse other questions tagged or ask your own question.