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Changeset 16733


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Timestamp:
12/05/10 11:21:08 (7 years ago)
Author:
nacin
Message:

Export filtering JS and minor tweaks. props duck_, see #15197.

Location:
trunk/wp-admin
Files:
2 edited

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  • trunk/wp-admin/export.php

    r16652 r16733  
    1717$title = __('Export'); 
    1818 
     19function add_js() { 
     20?> 
     21<script type="text/javascript"> 
     22//<![CDATA[ 
     23    jQuery(document).ready(function($){          
     24        var form = $('#export-filters'), 
     25            filters = form.find('.export-filters'); 
     26        filters.hide(); 
     27        form.find('input:radio').change(function() { 
     28            filters.slideUp('fast'); 
     29            switch ( $(this).val() ) { 
     30                case 'posts': $('#post-filters').slideDown(); break; 
     31                case 'pages': $('#page-filters').slideDown(); break; 
     32            } 
     33        }); 
     34    }); 
     35//]]> 
     36</script> 
     37<?php 
     38} 
     39add_action( 'admin_head', 'add_js' ); 
     40 
    1941add_contextual_help( $current_screen, 
    2042    '<p>' . __('You can export a file of your site&#8217;s content in order to import it into another installation or platform. The export file will be an XML file format called WXR. Posts, pages, comments, custom fields, categories, and tags can be included. You can set filters to have the WXR file only include a certain date, author, category, tag, all posts or all pages, certain publishing statuses.') . '</p>' . 
     
    143165<ul id="page-filters" class="export-filters"> 
    144166    <li> 
    145         <label><?php _e( 'Author:' ); ?></label> 
     167        <label><?php _e( 'Authors:' ); ?></label> 
    146168        <?php wp_dropdown_users( array( 'name' => 'page_author', 'multi' => true, 'show_option_all' => __('All') ) ); ?> 
    147169    </li> 
  • trunk/wp-admin/includes/export.php

    r16652 r16733  
    244244        foreach( $authors as $author ) { 
    245245            echo "\t<wp:author>"; 
     246            echo '<wp:author_id>' . $author->ID . '</wp:author_id>'; 
    246247            echo '<wp:author_login>' . $author->user_login . '</wp:author_login>'; 
    247248            echo '<wp:author_email>' . $author->user_email . '</wp:author_email>'; 
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