Caution: Note when upgrading AForms from v1 to v2.

The wording setting

Starting from AForms 2.0.0, the wording can be set in the admin screen.
This article will explain thematically how to change the wording.
At the end of the article, you will also find a list of all the wording explained.

Change the notation of the Submit button

To change the notation of the submit button, change the Submit field.
If you change it to, say, Order, it will appear that way.

Note that after changing the input fields, please remember to press the “Submit Changes” button at the bottom left of the page to confirm your changes, and then press the “Save” button at the top right of the page.

Changing the Currency to EUR

AForms does not care about the kind of currency.
So if you change the display of the currency, you can change the currency as it is.

To change the currency display, change the field labeled as $%s.
The %s part will be replaced with an amount of money, so set it to €%s for EUR. (Can you see this euro symbol?)

If you want to display the euro symbol, then your site should use a font which can display it.
And one more thing, you may also learn how to input the euro symbol. Google will help you.

Word List

NoUsed as a line number in the quote display. It will not be displayed in the pre-defined styling.
Category
Entry
Unit Price
Quantity
Price
Subtotal
Tax
Total
required
Input here error message
Invalid error message
Check here error message
Select here error message
Repeat here error message
Zip
To Confirmation Screen button
Your Name placeholder for Name item
First Name placeholder for Name item
Last Name placeholder for Name item
info@example.com placeholder for Mail Address item
Confirm again placeholder for Mail Address item
03-1111-2222 placeholder for Phone Number item
000-0000 placeholder of zip part of Address item
Tokyo placeholder of prefecture part of Address item
Chiyoda-ku placeholder of city/ward part of Address item
1-1-1, Chiyoda placeholder of street part of Address item
Chiyoda mansion 8F placeholder of building/room number part of Address item
Processing stopped due to preview mode.
Submit button
Back button
Please check your entry.
Hide Monitor
Show Monitor
Start Order button
Close
Previous
Next
There exists uninput item. error message
The form has been successfully submitted.
^[0-9]{3}-?[0-9]{4}$ A regular expression for validating the input contents of a ZIP code.
Checked value of Checkbox item
Too small error message
Too large error message
Please select placeholder for Dropdown
Input in Hiragana error message
Input in Katakana error message
optional
SALE Ribbon. If you want to change the notation of the ribbon, please change here.
RECOMMENDED Ribbon. If you want to change the notation of the ribbon, please change here.
Tax Class
(%s%% applied) You will see, for example, “(10% applied)” as a tax bracket in the quote display. The %s will be replaced with an actual tax rate. The %% stands for “%”.
Tax (%s%%) Used as the label for the total column displayed at the bottom of the quote display. The %s will be replaced with an actual tax rate. The %% means “%”.
(common %s%% applied) You will see, for example, “(8% applied)” as a tax bracket in the quote display. Unlike (%s%% applied) above, it is used as the default tax rate.
The %s will be replaced with an actual tax rate. %% means “%”.

The “default tax rate” is the rate which you set in the common form settings.
Tax (common %s%%) Used as the label for the total column displayed at the bottom of the quote display. The %s will be replaced with an actual tax rate. The %% means “%”.
Unlike Tax (%s%%) above, it is used as the default tax rate.
%s (x %s) %s %s Used when sending thanks mail or report mail.
It is used to format a detail line of {{details}} insertion.
An actual display, for example, will be like Your Item (x 2) $20.00 (10% applied).

The 1st %s will be replaced with entry name.
The 2nd %s will be replaced with quantity.
The 3rd %s will be replaced with price.
The 4th %s will be replaced with the tax class.
%s: %s Used when sending thanks mail or report mail.
It is used to format a total line of {{total}} insertion.
An actual display, for example, will be like Subtotal: $123.45.

The 1st %s will be replaced with the label.
The 2nd %s will be replaced with price.
== %s ==\n%s Used when sending thanks mail or report mail.
It is used to format a attribute line of {{attributes}} insertion.
An actual display, for example, will be like == E-MAIL ==
info@my-domain.com
.

The 1st %s will be replaced with the attribute name.
The 2nd %s will be replaced with the attribute value (customer’s input).
(comma with space) Used when sending thanks mail or report mail.
It is used to group multiple values into one value.

Please note that there exists , (comma with space) and , (comma without space), and each has a different meaning.
$%s Used to add the currency mark to prices.

The %s will be replaced with an actual price.
. The decimal mark. Used to format prices.
, (comma without space)The separator between every group of thousands. Used to format prices.

Please note that there exists , (comma with space) and , (comma without space), and each has a different meaning.
Regular Unit Price
Quotation Details
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