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Finding where a specific Loacalized Content shows up on the site.

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  • IanScholten

    I'm hoping to change "Blog" to "Stories" by updating it in Localized Content. Before I went ahead with it, I did a quick search for any other content that is called "Stories" so there wouldn't be any duplicates and found something called "Project Stories". See screen shot below.

    However, when I go to my site and search for "Project Stories". Is there a way to find where this "Project Stories" content is so I can either change it or take a different route so that I don't break my site unintentionally.

    Thanks,

    Ian

  • Foster
    Answered

    Hi Ian,

    ProjectStoriesText is not a default value, so it looks like that is a custom resource that has been added by someone setting up the site or by a member of your team. 

    If you would like to test what that changes, I typically add something small to the Value, like Project Stories2 and see where it shows. There is not a way to directly search and see what fields are affected by changing this value. 

    I hope this helps,
    Foster

  • IanScholten

    Ah. Thanks for the advice. Silly me, it was just a button I had created. Didn't put two-and-two together that it would show up in localized content.

    Thanks.

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