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11/02/2011 03:12:37 AM (13 years ago)

Use add_help_sidebar(). see #19020

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  • trunk/wp-admin/nav-menus.php

    r18911 r19111  
    449449$help .= '<p>' . __('You can create custom menus for your site. These menus may contain links to pages, categories, custom links or other content types (use the Screen Options tab to decide which ones to show on the screen). You can specify a different navigation label for a menu item as well as other attributes. You can create multiple menus. If your theme includes more than one menu, you can choose which custom menu to associate with each. You can also use custom menus in conjunction with the Custom Menus widget.') . '</p>';
    450450$help .= '<p>' . __('To create a new custom menu, click on the + tab, give the menu a name, and click Create Menu. Next, add menu items from the appropriate boxes. You&#8217;ll be able to edit the information for each menu item, and can drag and drop to put them in order. You can also drag a menu item a little to the right to make it a submenu, to create menus with hierarchy. Drop the item into its new nested placement when the dotted rectangle target shifts over, also a little to the right. Don&#8217;t forget to click Save when you&#8217;re finished.') . '</p>';
    451 $help .= '<p><strong>' . __('For more information:') . '</strong></p>';
    452 $help .= '<p>' . __('<a href="" target="_blank">Documentation on Menus</a>') . '</p>';
    453 $help .= '<p>' . __('<a href="" target="_blank">Support Forums</a>') . '</p>';
    455452add_contextual_help($current_screen, $help);
     455    '<p><strong>' . __('For more information:') . '</strong></p>' .
     456    '<p>' . __('<a href="" target="_blank">Documentation on Menus</a>') . '</p>' .
     457    '<p>' . __('<a href="" target="_blank">Support Forums</a>') . '</p>'
    457460// Get the admin header
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