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Timestamp:
05/24/10 20:45:59 (4 years ago)
Author:
nacin
Message:

Even better, remove all UI for global terms. Add a filter to global_terms_enabled() and also allow the site option to simply be deleted. fixes #12666.

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  • trunk/wp-admin/ms-options.php

    r14736 r14854  
    5151                    <?php printf( __( 'Registration and support emails will come from this address. An address such as <code>support@%s</code> is recommended.' ), $current_site->domain ); ?> 
    5252                </td> 
    53             </tr> 
    54  
    55             <tr valign="top"> 
    56                 <th scope="row"><?php _e( 'Global Terms' ) ?></th> 
    57                 <td> 
    58                 <label><input type="radio" name="global_terms_enabled" value="0"<?php checked( global_terms_enabled(), false ) ?>/> <?php _e( 'Disabled' ); ?></label><br/> 
    59                 <label><input type="radio" name="global_terms_enabled" value="1"<?php checked( global_terms_enabled(), true ) ?>/> <?php _e( 'Maintain a global list of terms from all sites across the network.' ); ?></label><br /> 
    60                 <?php if ( ! get_site_option( 'global_terms_enabled') ) { ?> 
    61                 <strong><?php _e( 'Warning!' ); ?></strong> <?php _e( 'Enabling global terms will create a new table and synchronize terms across the network.' ); ?> 
    62                 <?php } ?></td> 
    6353            </tr> 
    6454        </table> 
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