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Added: 05/20/2016   |   Updated: 3 Years Ago

Question   How do I edit the description text on the join (create account) page for the boxes that have the question marks?



Answer    Any member variable that you add a description to will have the question mark with hover description. You can add/edit member variables at /admin/membervariables

For the redirect url and the username you would now edit it through the file manager.  Once in the file manager you will go to the uploads -> adminpages folder.  There select to edit join.html

From that page you would then click the yellow "Edit Text/Translation" on the left side and it will take you to a page showing all of the text appearing on that page and an edit link to edit each line of text.

Also, from the file manager edit page, if you prefer, you can edit the text directly by editing the html code.  However, we don't recommend doing it that way because it will not translate if you have any translations (Spanish, etc) added to your system.

Also, when editing the translation text (the recommended way), it will specify which pages that text appears on and editing it in one place edits it on all of those pages.  So for example, if you want to change the word Contact into the system to Lead you would simply edit 2 records (Contact and Contacts making them Lead and Leads) and it will change throughout the members area (except in places you have it hard coded like autoresponder messages, or resource pages, etc).




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