FLATTER: Trying to change an <h2> title in the Taxonomy-coupon_*.php area
I notice that the default text that shows up in both Clipper as well as the Flatter child theme says "Unreliable Coupons" when a user scrolls down the page to the section where the expired coupons show up.
I tried to figure out how to change that heading to something other than "Unreliable Coupons." So, I viewed the page source and saw where it is located in general.
Figuring out that I should be able to head into the Theme Editor to change it, I found a few sections that seemed logical:
I found a line of code that made the most sense where to change it: for example:
<h2><?php _e( 'Unreliable Coupons', APP_TD ); ?></h2>
So I played around with that, and changed the word "Unreliable" to "Expired" - just to see. I did this in the taxonomy-coupon_category.php
section, and then saved/updated it. I waited a while to give the site a chance to refresh itself, and then went to a category to see if it worked.
Unfortunately, it STILL says "Unreliable Coupons" on the page.
Is there another place where I should be changing the wording? Here are 2 screenshots to show you what I did as the experiment:
The first screenshot shows where I changed it in the editor, and second screenshot shows where I would have expected
to see the change once it's live on the site in a "category" page...
Hopefully I'm explaining clearly enough, and I definitely appreciate any feedback and corrections if I'm doing this wrong.
Thanks so much, and happy new year everyone!
Screenshot 2 - Changing UNRELIABLE to EXPIRED in Flatter Editor 12-27-16.jpg
Screenshot 3 - COUPON CATEGORY - Changing UNRELIABLE to EXPIRED in Flatter Editor 12-27-16.jpg