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You have some amazing components!
Before I buy just a few questions:
1. Is there a max to the amount of characters in the definition field or can it be for example half a page?
2. Is it possible to change the words term and definition in the components page in the frontend (just below the alphabet bar)?
3. Is it only in English or are other languages available (for the frontend)?

Greetings dejongone
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Thanks, here's my replies.

1. No there's no max amount of characters, but you can cut the definition using a read more (for the tooltip).
2. The edition/add of definition is not allowed on frontend, there's just a possibility to submit an entry.
3. The language available and included in the component are: English, French, German, Dutch, Sweden

If you want to contribute, language translation are opened here: https://opentranslators.transifex.com/projects/p/seoglossary/

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Hi Tristan,

Thank you for your quick response. The answers to the questions 1 and 3 are clear. I would like to use the Dutch language, so someone did me a favour already on that part!

Reading the answer to the second one I am not sure if I expressed myself the right way. I do not want to add or change the words "term" and "definition" in the frontend. I would like to know if I can change them anywhere (in the code or languagefile) and show the words I choose in the frontend of the component in stead of "term" and "definition".

Sorry for be not clear on this before. I hope this time I've put it right.

Greetings dejongone
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Oh OK sorry, yes of course those words are just classical Joomla language string.
You can easily override them in the language manager in Joomla backend.

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Thanks for your reply!
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