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Timestamp:
04/30/2010 03:17:49 AM (10 years ago)
Author:
nacin
Message:

s/blog/site/ in even more places. props PeteMall, see #11644.

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  • trunk/wp-admin/user-new.php

    r14139 r14315  
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    3434    function admin_created_user_subject( $text ) {
    35         return "[" . get_bloginfo('name') . "] Your blog invite";
     35        return "[" . get_bloginfo('name') . "] Your site invite";
    3636    }
    3737}
     
    175175        echo '<p>' . sprintf(__('Users cannot currently <a href="%1$s">register themselves</a>, but you can manually create users here.'), admin_url('options-general.php#users_can_register')) . '</p>';
    176176} else {
    177     echo '<p>' . __( 'You can add new users to your blog in two ways:' ) . '<ol><li> ' . __( 'Enter the username and email address of an existing user on this site.' ) . '</li><li> ' . __( 'Enter the username and the email address of a person who is not already a member of this site. Choose the username carefully, it cannot be changed.' ) . '</li></ol></p>';
     177    echo '<p>' . __( 'You can add new users to your site in two ways:' ) . '<ol><li> ' . __( 'Enter the username and email address of an existing user on this site.' ) . '</li><li> ' . __( 'Enter the username and the email address of a person who is not already a member of this site. Choose the username carefully, it cannot be changed.' ) . '</li></ol></p>';
    178178    echo '<p>' . __( 'That person will be sent an email asking them to click a link confirming the invite. New users will then be sent an email with a randomly generated password and a login link.' ) . '</p>';
    179179}
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