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I have a contribution form page that is primarily used by folks who want to sign up for membership, which in many cases does not require payment. I would like the button on the bottom, which currently shows a checkmark and the word "CONTRIBUTE", to say "SUBMIT". I have tried putting that as a Word Replacement, both with all lowercase and all uppercase, but without impact.

In fact, I am not sure Word replacements are working at all. They didn't work on a word I used in the body of a form, as a test, but that's not necessary, I can edit the word itself.

Any ideas? If Word Replacement will never work, can anyone point me to where the 'CONTRIBUTE" button text can be edited directly? Thanks! (Using CiviCRM with WordPress, current versions.)

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Yes, Word Replacements does work for this. I replicated your issue as it is case sensitive. The helper text says:

IMPORTANT: Replacements are case-sensitive whether 'Exact Match' is checked or not.

To get it to work you need to enter it as Contribute in Propercase.

I referenced the value of it below as custom CSS styling could differ from the value: enter image description here

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  • Of course! I tested with all upper and all lower; it didn't occur to me to test with Title Case (or "propercase") Thanks very much! . – David Hyman Apr 11 at 0:32
  • Just be aware that this will replace all instances of 'Contribute' in CiviCRM including some that you may want to keep as they are. This can be quite unexpected e.g. you may end up with the likes of 'CiviSubmit'! – William Mortada May 18 at 16:24

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