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Changeset 14898


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Timestamp:
05/25/10 17:53:34 (4 years ago)
Author:
nacin
Message:

Fix some typos. props xibe, fixes #13537.

Location:
trunk
Files:
2 edited

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  • trunk/wp-admin/import.php

    r14874 r14898  
    4848        'blogger' => array( __('Blogger'), __('Install the Blogger importer to import posts, comments, and users from a Blogger blog.'), 'install' ), 
    4949        'wpcat2tag' => array(__('Categories and Tags Converter'), __('Install the category/tag converter to convert existing categories to tags or tags to categories, selectively.'), 'install'), 
    50         'livejournal' => array( __( 'LiveJournal' ), __( 'Install the LiveJounral importer to import posts from LiveJournal using their API.' ), 'install' ), 
     50        'livejournal' => array( __( 'LiveJournal' ), __( 'Install the LiveJournal importer to import posts from LiveJournal using their API.' ), 'install' ), 
    5151        'movabletype' => array( __('Movable Type and TypePad'), __('Install the Movable Type importer to import posts and comments from a Movable Type or TypePad blog.'), 'install' ), 
    5252        'opml' => array( __('Blogroll'), __('Install the blogroll importer to import links in OPML format.'), 'install' ), 
  • trunk/wp-signup.php

    r14821 r14898  
    388388 
    389389// Make the signup type translatable. 
    390 $i18n_signup['all'] = _x('all', 'Mulitisite active signup type'); 
    391 $i18n_signup['none'] = _x('none', 'Mulitisite active signup type'); 
    392 $i18n_signup['blog'] = _x('blog', 'Mulitisite active signup type'); 
    393 $i18n_signup['user'] = _x('user', 'Mulitisite active signup type'); 
     390$i18n_signup['all'] = _x('all', 'Multisite active signup type'); 
     391$i18n_signup['none'] = _x('none', 'Multisite active signup type'); 
     392$i18n_signup['blog'] = _x('blog', 'Multisite active signup type'); 
     393$i18n_signup['user'] = _x('user', 'Multisite active signup type'); 
    394394 
    395395if ( is_super_admin() ) 
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