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Timestamp:
01/15/2010 10:11:12 PM (14 years ago)
Author:
ryan
Message:

Trailing whitespace cleanup

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  • trunk/wp-admin/options-permalink.php

    r12718 r12733  
    237237<?php if ( !is_multisite || is_super_admin() ) { ?>
    238238<?php if ($iis7_permalinks) :
    239     if ( isset($_POST['submit']) && $permalink_structure && ! $usingpi && ! $writable ) : 
     239    if ( isset($_POST['submit']) && $permalink_structure && ! $usingpi && ! $writable ) :
    240240        if ( file_exists($home_path . 'web.config') ) : ?>
    241241<p><?php _e('If your <code>web.config</code> file were <a href="http://codex.wordpress.org/Changing_File_Permissions">writable</a>, we could do this automatically, but it isn&#8217;t so this is the url rewrite rule you should have in your <code>web.config</code> file. Click in the field and press <kbd>CTRL + a</kbd> to select all. Then insert this rule inside of the <code>/&lt;configuration&gt;/&lt;system.webServer&gt;/&lt;rewrite&gt;/&lt;rules&gt;</code> element in <code>web.config</code> file.') ?></p>
     
    251251    <p><textarea rows="18" class="large-text readonly" name="rules" id="rules" readonly="readonly"><?php echo esc_html($wp_rewrite->iis7_url_rewrite_rules(true)); ?></textarea></p>
    252252</form>
    253 <p><?php _e('If you temporarily make your site&#8217;s root directory writable for us to generate the <code>web.config</code> file automatically, do not forget to revert the permissions after the file has been created.')  ?></p>           
     253<p><?php _e('If you temporarily make your site&#8217;s root directory writable for us to generate the <code>web.config</code> file automatically, do not forget to revert the permissions after the file has been created.')  ?></p>
    254254        <?php endif; ?>
    255255    <?php endif; ?>
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