Make WordPress Core

12/19/2010 05:19:41 AM (13 years ago)

Simplify this string. props jane, see #15346, see #15829.

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  • trunk/wp-admin/index.php

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    3434    '<p>' . __( 'Welcome to your WordPress Dashboard! You will find helpful tips in the Help tab of each screen to assist you as you get to know the application.' ) . '</p>' .
    35     '<p>' . __( 'The Admin Bar at the top, new in 3.1, provides quick access to common tasks when you are in the front end of your site.' ) . '</p>' .
     35    '<p>' . __( 'The Admin Bar at the top, new in 3.1, provides quick access to common tasks when you are viewing your site.' ) . '</p>' .
    3636    '<p>' . __( 'The left-hand navigation menu provides links to the administration screens in your WordPress application. You can expand or collapse navigation sections by clicking on the arrow that appears on the right side of each navigation item when you hover over it. You can also minimize the navigation menu to a narrow icon strip by clicking on the faint separator lines between the Dashboard and Posts sections, or between Comments and Appearance; when minimized, the submenu items will be displayed on hover.' ) . '</p>' .
    3737    '<p>' . __( 'You can configure your dashboard by choosing which boxes, or modules, to display in the work area, how many columns to display them in, and where each box should be placed. You can hide/show boxes and select the number of columns in the Screen Options tab. To rearrange the boxes, drag and drop by clicking on the title bar of the selected box and releasing when you see a gray dotted-line rectangle appear in the location you want to place the box. You can also expand or collapse each box by clicking once on the title bar of the box. In addition, some boxes are configurable, and will show a &#8220;Configure&#8221; link in the title bar when you hover over it.' ) . '</p>' .
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