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Changeset 10999


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Timestamp:
05/27/2021 02:12:37 PM (8 months ago)
Author:
ryelle
Message:

Main Theme: Fix milestone copy on 40% of the web page.

Props chanthaboune.

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  • sites/trunk/wordpress.org/public_html/wp-content/themes/pub/wporg-main/page-40-percent-of-web.php

    r10958 r10999  
    5656                                <div class="ctl-col-6">
    5757                                    <div class="story-details">
    58                                         <h3><a href="#2003-wordpress-born"><?php _e( 'Matt Mullenweg Forks b2, WordPress Is Born', 'wporg' ); ?><em>+</em></a></h3>
     58                                        <h3><a href="#2003-wordpress-born"><?php _e( 'The blogging software b2 is forked, WordPress is born', 'wporg' ); ?><em>+</em></a></h3>
    5959                                    </div>
    6060                                </div>
     
    621621                        <?php
    622622                        printf(
    623                             __( 'On April 1, 2003, <a href="%1$s">Matt Mullenweg</a> created <a href="%2$s">a new branch of b2</a> on SourceForge, and, with the name coined by his friend <a href="%3$s">Christine Tremoulet</a>, called it WordPress. WordPress.org launched the same month. Initially, it was home to the development blog, some schematic documentation, and support forums. The <a href="%4$s">original WordPress homepage</a> told the world that “WordPress is a semantic personal publishing platform with a focus on aesthetics, web standards, and usability.” The site gave the WordPress community a presence and the forums provided a home.', 'wporg' ),
     623                            __( 'After discussions with <a href="%1$s">Mike Little</a>, <a href="%2$s">Matt Mullenweg</a> created <a href="%3$s">a new branch of b2</a> on SourceForge, and, with the name coined by his friend <a href="%4$s">Christine Tremoulet</a>, called it WordPress. WordPress.org launched May 27. Initially, it was home to the development blog, some schematic documentation, and support forums. The <a href="%5$s">original WordPress homepage</a> told the world that “WordPress is a semantic personal publishing platform with a focus on aesthetics, web standards, and usability.” The site gave the WordPress community a presence and the forums provided a home.', 'wporg' ),
     624                            'https://mikelittle.org/',
    624625                            'https://ma.tt/about/',
    625626                            'https://milestonesbook.wordpress.com/2015/11/13/hello-world/',
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