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Ticket #17312: HelpTabsDFWpostspages.patch

File HelpTabsDFWpostspages.patch, 6.8 KB (added by dougwrites, 13 years ago)
  • wp-admin/edit-form-advanced.php

     
    164164
    165165if ( 'post' == $post_type ) {
    166166        add_contextual_help($current_screen,
    167         '<p>' . __('The title field and the big Post Editing Area are fixed in place, but you can reposition all the other boxes using drag and drop, and can minimize or expand them by clicking the title bar of the box. Use the Screen Options tab to unhide more boxes (Excerpt, Send Trackbacks, Custom Fields, Discussion, Slug, Author) or to choose a 1- or 2-column layout for this screen.') . '</p>' .
     167        '<p>' . __('The title field and the big Post Editing Area are fixed in place, but you can reposition all the other boxes using drag and drop, and can minimize or expand them by clicking the title bar of each box. Use the Screen Options tab to unhide more boxes (Excerpt, Send Trackbacks, Custom Fields, Discussion, Slug, Author) or to choose a 1- or 2-column layout for this screen.') . '</p>' .
    168168        '<p>' . __('<strong>Title</strong> - Enter a title for your post. After you enter a title, you&#8217;ll see the permalink below, which you can edit.') . '</p>' .
    169         '<p>' . __('<strong>Post editor</strong> - Enter the text for your post. There are two modes of editing: Visual and HTML. Choose the mode by clicking on the appropriate tab. Visual mode gives you a WYSIWYG editor. Click the last icon in the row to get a second row of controls. The screen icon just before that allows you to expand the edit box to full screen. The HTML mode allows you to enter raw HTML along with your post text. You can insert media files by clicking the icons above the post editor and following the directions.') . '</p>' .
     169        '<p>' . __('<strong>Post editor</strong> - Enter the text for your post. There are two modes of editing: Visual and HTML. Choose the mode by clicking on the appropriate tab. Visual mode gives you a WYSIWYG editor. Click the last icon in the row to get a second row of controls. The HTML mode allows you to enter raw HTML along with your post text. You can insert media files by clicking the icons above the post editor and following the directions.You can go the distraction free writing screen, new in 3.2, via the Fullscreen icon in Visual mode (second to last in the top row) or the Fullscreen button in HTML mode (last in the row). Once there, you can switch between the two modes, or go Back to the regular post editor.') . '</p>' .
    170170        '<p>' . __('<strong>Publish</strong> - You can set the terms of publishing your post in the Publish box. For Status, Visibility, and Publish (immediately), click on the Edit link to reveal more options. Visibility includes options for password-protecting a post or making it stay at the top of your blog indefinitely (sticky). Publish (immediately) allows you to set a future or past date and time, so you can schedule a post to be published in the future or backdate a post.') . '</p>' .
    171         ( ( current_theme_supports( 'post-formats' ) && post_type_supports( 'post', 'post-formats' ) ) ? '<p>' . __( '<strong>Post Format</strong> - This designates how your theme will display a specific post. For example, you could have a <em>standard</em> blog post with a title and paragraphs, or a short <em>aside</em> that omits the title and contains a short text blurb. Please refer to the Codex for <a href="http://codex.wordpress.org/Post_Formats#Supported_Formats">descriptions of each post format</a>.' ) . '</p>' : '' ) .
     171        ( ( current_theme_supports( 'post-formats' ) && post_type_supports( 'post', 'post-formats' ) ) ? '<p>' . __( '<strong>Post Format</strong> - This designates how your theme will display a specific post. For example, you could have a <em>standard</em> blog post with a title and paragraphs, or a short <em>aside</em> that omits the title and contains a short text blurb. Please refer to the Codex for <a href="http://codex.wordpress.org/Post_Formats#Supported_Formats">descriptions of each post format</a>. Your theme could enable all or some of 10 possible formats.' ) . '</p>' : '' ) .
    172172        '<p>' . __('<strong>Featured Image</strong> - This allows you to associate an image with your post without inserting it. This is usually useful only if your theme makes use of the featured image as a post thumbnail on the home page, a custom header, etc.') . '</p>' .
    173173        '<p>' . __('<strong>Send Trackbacks</strong> - Trackbacks are a way to notify legacy blog systems that you&#8217;ve linked to them. Enter the URL(s) you want to send trackbacks. If you link to other WordPress sites they&#8217;ll be notified automatically using pingbacks, and this field is unnecessary.') . '</p>' .
    174174        '<p>' . __('<strong>Discussion</strong> - You can turn comments and pings on or off, and if there are comments on the post, you can see them here and moderate them.') . '</p>' .
     
    179179        );
    180180} elseif ( 'page' == $post_type ) {
    181181        add_contextual_help($current_screen, '<p>' . __('Pages are similar to Posts in that they have a title, body text, and associated metadata, but they are different in that they are not part of the chronological blog stream, kind of like permanent posts. Pages are not categorized or tagged, but can have a hierarchy. You can nest Pages under other Pages by making one the &#8220;Parent&#8221; of the other, creating a group of Pages.') . '</p>' .
    182         '<p>' . __('Creating a Page is very similar to creating a Post, and the screens can be customized in the same way using drag and drop, the Screen Options tab, and expanding/collapsing boxes as you choose. The Page editor mostly works the same Post editor, but there are some Page-specific features in the Page Attributes box:') . '</p>' .
     182        '<p>' . __('Creating a Page is very similar to creating a Post, and the screens can be customized in the same way using drag and drop, the Screen Options tab, and expanding/collapsing boxes as you choose. This screen also has the new in 3.2 distraction free writing space, available in both the Visual and HTML modes via the Fullscreen buttons. The Page editor mostly works the same as the Post editor, but there are some Page-specific features in the Page Attributes box:') . '</p>' .
    183183        '<p>' . __('<strong>Parent</strong> - You can arrange your pages in hierarchies. For example, you could have an &#8220;About&#8221; page that has &#8220;Life Story&#8221; and &#8220;My Dog&#8221; pages under it. There are no limits to how many levels you can nest pages.') . '</p>' .
    184184        '<p>' . __('<strong>Template</strong> - Some themes have custom templates you can use for certain pages that might have additional features or custom layouts. If so, you&#8217;ll see them in this dropdown menu.') . '</p>' .
    185185        '<p>' . __('<strong>Order</strong> - Pages are usually ordered alphabetically, but you can choose your own order by entering a number (1 for first, etc.) in this field.') . '</p>' .