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Ticket #19346: 19346.patch

File 19346.patch, 4.1 KB (added by chexee, 2 years ago)

Adds suggested strings for Maintenance and bug fixes. Adds example mark up and styling for point releases.

  • wp-admin/css/wp-admin.dev.css

     
    48664866        min-height: 60px; 
    48674867        font-size: 24px; 
    48684868} 
     4869 
     4870.about-wrap h2 { 
     4871        font-size: 32px;         
     4872} 
     4873 
    48694874.about-wrap h3 { 
    48704875        font-size: 24px; 
    48714876        margin-bottom: 1em; 
    48724877        padding-top: 20px; 
     4878}  
     4879 
     4880.about-wrap .changelog.point-release { 
     4881        padding: 20px 0; 
    48734882} 
    4874  
    48754883.about-wrap .changelog { 
    48764884        padding-bottom: 10px; 
    48774885        overflow: hidden; 
     
    48804888        list-style-type: disc; 
    48814889        margin-left: 3em; 
    48824890} 
     4891 
     4892.about-wrap .changelog.point-release h3 { 
     4893        padding-top: 10px; 
     4894} 
     4895.about-wrap .changelog.point-release .feature { 
     4896        margin-bottom: 10px; 
     4897} 
     4898 
    48834899.about-wrap .feature-section h4 { 
    48844900        margin-bottom: 0.6em; 
    48854901} 
  • wp-admin/css/colors-classic.dev.css

     
    21682168        color: #464646; 
    21692169} 
    21702170 
     2171.about-wrap .changelog.point-release { 
     2172        border-bottom: 1px #dfdfdf solid; 
     2173} 
     2174 
    21712175.about-wrap .feature-section img, 
    21722176.about-wrap .feature-section .image-mask { 
    21732177        background: #fff; 
  • wp-admin/css/colors-fresh.dev.css

     
    17951795        color: #464646; 
    17961796} 
    17971797 
     1798.about-wrap .changelog.point-release { 
     1799        border-bottom: 1px #dfdfdf solid; 
     1800} 
     1801 
    17981802.about-wrap .feature-section img, 
    17991803.about-wrap .feature-section .image-mask { 
    18001804        background: #fff; 
  • wp-admin/about.php

     
    2525 
    2626<h2 class="nav-tab-wrapper"> 
    2727        <a href="about.php" class="nav-tab nav-tab-active"> 
    28                 <?php printf( __( 'What&#8217;s New in %s' ), $display_version ); ?> 
     28                <?php _e( 'What&#8217;s New'); ?> 
    2929        </a><a href="credits.php" class="nav-tab"> 
    3030                <?php _e( 'Credits' ); ?> 
    3131        </a><a href="freedoms.php" class="nav-tab"> 
     
    3333        </a> 
    3434</h2> 
    3535 
     36<div class="changelog point-release"> 
     37        <h2><?php _e( 'In 3.3.1' ); ?></h2> 
     38         
     39        <div class="feature"> 
     40                <h3><?php _e( 'Security' ); ?></h3> 
     41                <p><?php _e( 'WordPress 3.1.1 addresses some security issues.' ); ?></p> 
     42        </div> 
     43         
     44        <div class="feature"> 
     45                <h3><?php _e( 'Bugfixes' ); ?></h3> 
     46                <p><?php _e( 'WordPress 3.1.1 is a maintenance release that contains more than 50 bug fixes.' ); ?></p> 
     47        </div> 
     48         
     49        <p><?php _e( 'For more information, see <a href="#">the release post</a>.' ); ?></p>     
     50</div> 
     51 
    3652<div class="changelog"> 
    3753        <h3><?php _e( 'Easier Uploading' ); ?></h3> 
    3854         
     
    118134                </div> 
    119135                <div class="last-feature"> 
    120136                        <h4><?php _e( 'Widget Improvements' ); ?></h4> 
    121                         <p><?php _e( 'Changing themes often requires widget re-configuration based on the number and position of sidebars. Now if you change back to a previous theme within a week, the widgets will automatically go back to how you had them arranged in that theme. <em>Note: if you&#8217;ve added new widgets since the switch, you&#8217;ll need to rescue them from the Inactive Widgets area.</em>' ); ?></p> 
     137                        <p><?php _e( 'Changing themes often requires widget re-configuration based on the number and position of sidebars. Now if you change back to a previous theme, the widgets will automatically go back to how you had them arranged in that theme. <em>Note: if you&#8217;ve added new widgets since the switch, you&#8217;ll need to rescue them from the Inactive Widgets area.</em>' ); ?></p> 
    122138                </div> 
    123139        </div> 
    124140         
     
    149165                </div> 
    150166                <div> 
    151167                        <h4><?php _e( 'WP_Screen API' ); ?></h4> 
    152                         <p><?php _e( 'WordPress admin screens have a nice new API. Create rich screens with help documentation, settings, and more.' ); ?></p> 
     168                        <p><?php _e( 'WordPress has a nice new API for working with admin screens. Create rich screens, add help documentation, adapts screen contexts, and more.' ); ?></p> 
    153169                </div> 
    154170                <div class="last-feature"> 
    155171                        <h4><?php _e( 'Editor API Overhaul' ); ?></h4>