Changing texts in the store

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To reflect your preferences, your brand and your business, you can easily change default labels in your Ecwid storefront with the help of a free application Storefront Label Editor.

Note: The application is available to those users who signed in to Ecwid directly, through Wordpress or Wix websitebuilders. If have any problems with installing the app, please contact us for help.

How to change a default label?

First off, install Storefront Label Editor in your Control Panel and click Open app. Use the search bar to find the necessary label and enter your custom value to the corresponding field.

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For instance, you want to change the default “Add to Bag” button to say “Add to Cart”. Type in “Add to bag” into the search field, find the label and enter “Add to cart” in the text field to the right. The changes are saved automatically. Now the buttons will display “Add to Cart” in all your storefronts.

 

How to hide a default label?

If you need to hide a default text label in the storefront, it’s possible as well. Search for the label you want to hide in the app and enter a space as your custom value. The changes are saved automatically. Thus, the text label will be invisible in all the storefronts.

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For example, you want to hide “Sign in” label that is on top of the Product Browser. Type in “Sign in” in the search bar, find the label and enter a space in the field to the right.

 

What if my store is multilingual?

That’s no problem at all. Storefront Label Editor supports multilingual translations. Please contact us to enable this feature for your store. Then enable the "Multilingual" option in the app settings, pick the language from the drop-down and enter the values for this language variant only.

 

I can’t use Storefront Label Editor application. What should I do?

In case Storefront Label Editor app is not available for you, you can change or hide the default labels in your storefront with the help of translation scripts that you can manually publish on the store page. Learn how to use these scripts here: https://developers.ecwid.com/api-documentation/look-and-design#change-storefront-labels

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