Jurien

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Website Credits
« on October 7th, 2014, 07:49 PM »Last edited on October 7th, 2014, 07:58 PM
Something I do not understand how to fix this,the text employees/contributors., How do I get it to the desired position
Who.dutch.php
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$txt['credits_site'] = 'Het Team';
$txt['credits_admins'] = array(1 => 'Administrator', 'n' => 'Administrators');
$txt['credits_moderators'] = array(1 => 'Moderator', 'n' => 'Moderators');
$txt['credits_software'] = 'Wedge Team (Forum Software)';
$txt['credits_wedge'] = 'Wedge is copyright © %3$d by %1$s, all rights reserved. It is distributed under the <a href="%2$s">Wedge license</a>.';
$txt['credits_aeme'] = 'Gebruik delen van <a href="%s">Aeva Media</a>.';
$txt['credits_copyright'] = 'Copyrights';
$txt['credits_plugins'] = 'Plugins';
$txt['credits_groups_ps'] = 'Oprichters Wedge';
$txt['credits_groups_dev'] = 'Ontwikkelaars';
$txt['credits_groups_contributors'] = 'Medewerkers';

// Uncomment the following string, and replace English with the name of your language.
$txt['credits_groups_language'] = 'Nederlandse Versie';
// List of people who have made more than a token contribution to this translation. (See Who.french.php for an example.)
$txt['translation_credits'] = array('Nederlandse vertaling Wedge:<a href="https://github.com/French77"target="_blank">Freñçh</a>.',
$txt['credits_translator'] = 'Medevertaalster:Anika.',
);

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Johnny54

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Re: Website Credits
« Reply #1, on October 7th, 2014, 08:33 PM »
$txt['credits_aeme'] = 'Gebruik delen van <a href="%s">Aeva Media</a>.';
$txt['credits_aeme'] = 'Gebruikt delen van <a href="%s">Aeva Media</a>.';


$txt['credits_groups_contributors'] = 'Medewerkers';
"Medewerkers" is mostly used for employees. Someone having a job at a company.
Perhaps "Bijdragen door:" would be better,

Jurien

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Re: Website Credits
« Reply #2, on October 7th, 2014, 09:48 PM »
Thanks Johnny54 for your contribution will change this soon in the translation,but the position is actually what I want to try to fix

Nao

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Re: Website Credits
« Reply #3, on October 8th, 2014, 12:13 AM »
It's CSS columns. Position depends on the width of your browser window. ;)

I'm not sure why the header is shown on a separate column, though... I mean, it should have the CSS rules to prevent headers from being separated from their contents. Maybe it's a browser bug.