While trying to translate my website to Dutch, I can't seem to translate the sentences

There are 3 items in your cart.

There is 1 item in your cart.

I have already edited the .csv files Mage_Checkout and Mage_Catalog and tried inline translation, but the text is still shown in English.

Can anyone help out?

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  • what your language of your store.. – Amit Bera Mar 31 '15 at 10:01
  • clear cache.. and check then.. – Amit Bera Mar 31 '15 at 10:04
  • The store is Dutch, already cleared my cache and checked the language settings. It's just this sentence that won't translate. Even with 'There are %s items in your cart' it won't work. – Jennie Mar 31 '15 at 10:05
  • where have you done the change?? tell the path – Amit Bera Mar 31 '15 at 10:07
  • Are you using a custom theme? If you are on Linux, try grep -nRP "There are.*items? in your cart" 2>/dev/null – 7ochem Mar 31 '15 at 10:20

If you have correctly edited your CSV file and have translated via Inline Translation, the last step would be to disable the Translations in your Cache Management

Click System->Cache Select Translations, under Actions select Disable Click Submit

Refresh the page with the translations.


Go to


and put your translated strings inside this translate.csv.

For your case it should be the dutch language code and then put this

"There are %s items in your cart","WHATEVER YOU WANT TO HAVE HERE"

Be careful it is all case-sensitive so make sure you´ve the first column exactly as it appears in the US version

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