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Changeset 10834


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Timestamp:
03/18/2021 08:42:48 PM (3 years ago)
Author:
coffee2code
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Handbooks, Admin Notices: Amend new handbook notice to clarify that landing page's slug will appear in subpage permalink URLs.

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  • sites/trunk/wordpress.org/public_html/wp-content/plugins/handbook/inc/admin-notices.php

    r10777 r10834  
    5555            printf(
    5656                /* translators: 1: example landing page title that includes post type name, 2: comma-separated list of acceptable post slugs */
    57                 __( '<strong>Welcome to your new handbook!</strong> It is recommended that the first post you create is the landing page for the handbook. You can title it anything you like (suggestions: <code>%1$s</code> or <code>Welcome</code>). However, you must ensure that it has one of the following slugs: %2$s. The slug will ultimately be omitted from the page&#8216;s permalink URL.', 'wporg' ),
     57                __( '<strong>Welcome to your new handbook!</strong> It is recommended that the first post you create is the landing page for the handbook. You can title it anything you like (suggestions: <code>%1$s</code> or <code>Welcome</code>). However, you must ensure that it has one of the following slugs: %2$s. The slug will ultimately be omitted from the page&#8216;s permalink URL, but will still appear in the permalinks for sub-pages.', 'wporg' ),
    5858                WPorg_Handbook::get_name( $current_screen->post_type ),
    5959                implode( ', ', $suggested_slugs )
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