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Well, I tried it – as I have the same question.
But when I added your code under the ‘Additional’ line,
it resulted in an error on line 26 (the line that says <?php).
I tried removing the <?php piece, as this is already present on line 1.
But it had no result.
I noticed in the inspector the line:
<input name=”submit” type=”submit” id=”entry-comment-submit” class=”submit” value=”Submit”>
Isn’t there a way to change this ‘Submit’ into another word?
And would any styling (standard is so basic) be possible, like a green background and text without the shadow?
The inspector says: input#entry-comment-submit.submit when i click on the button.
Found it elsewhere on the forum:
Copy the wp-comments.php file of the x theme > view > renew
and Change the text in the submit button in this wp-comments.php file that you place in the
x-child > view > renew. does the job!