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Changeset 25143


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Timestamp:
08/27/2013 09:12:40 PM (11 years ago)
Author:
nacin
Message:

Add a terms_updated_messages filter to edit-tags.php, along with taxonomy-specific strings.

props johnbillion.
fixes #18714.

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1 edited

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  • trunk/src/wp-admin/edit-tags.php

    r25123 r25143  
    253253    wp_die( __('You are not allowed to edit this item.') );
    254254
    255 $messages[1] = __('Item added.');
    256 $messages[2] = __('Item deleted.');
    257 $messages[3] = __('Item updated.');
    258 $messages[4] = __('Item not added.');
    259 $messages[5] = __('Item not updated.');
    260 $messages[6] = __('Items deleted.');
     255$messages = array();
     256$messages['_item'] = array(
     257    0 => '', // Unused. Messages start at index 1.
     258    1 => __( 'Item added.' ),
     259    2 => __( 'Item deleted.' ),
     260    3 => __( 'Item updated.' ),
     261    4 => __( 'Item not added.' ),
     262    5 => __( 'Item not updated.' ),
     263    6 => __( 'Items deleted.' )
     264);
     265$messages['category'] = array(
     266    0 => '', // Unused. Messages start at index 1.
     267    1 => __( 'Category added.' ),
     268    2 => __( 'Category deleted.' ),
     269    3 => __( 'Category updated.' ),
     270    4 => __( 'Category not added.' ),
     271    5 => __( 'Category not updated.' ),
     272    6 => __( 'Categories deleted.' )
     273);
     274$messages['link_category'] = array(
     275    0 => '', // Unused. Messages start at index 1.
     276    1 => __( 'Category added.' ),
     277    2 => __( 'Category deleted.' ),
     278    3 => __( 'Category updated.' ),
     279    4 => __( 'Category not added.' ),
     280    5 => __( 'Category not updated.' ),
     281    6 => __( 'Categories deleted.' )
     282);
     283$messages['post_tag'] = array(
     284    0 => '', // Unused. Messages start at index 1.
     285    1 => __( 'Tag added.' ),
     286    2 => __( 'Tag deleted.' ),
     287    3 => __( 'Tag updated.' ),
     288    4 => __( 'Tag not added.' ),
     289    5 => __( 'Tag not updated.' ),
     290    6 => __( 'Tags deleted.' )
     291);
     292
     293$messages = apply_filters( 'term_updated_messages', $messages );
     294
     295$message = false;
     296if ( isset( $_REQUEST['message'] ) && ( $msg = (int) $_REQUEST['message'] ) ) {
     297    if ( isset( $messages[ $taxonomy ][ $msg ] ) )
     298        $message = $messages[ $taxonomy ][ $msg ];
     299    elseif ( ! isset( $messages[ $taxonomy ] ) && isset( $messages['_item'][ $msg ] ) )
     300        $message = $messages['_item'][ $msg ];
     301}
    261302
    262303?>
     
    269310</h2>
    270311
    271 <?php if ( isset($_REQUEST['message']) && ( $msg = (int) $_REQUEST['message'] ) ) : ?>
    272 <div id="message" class="updated"><p><?php echo $messages[$msg]; ?></p></div>
     312<?php if ( $message ) : ?>
     313<div id="message" class="updated"><p><?php echo $message; ?></p></div>
    273314<?php $_SERVER['REQUEST_URI'] = remove_query_arg(array('message'), $_SERVER['REQUEST_URI']);
    274315endif; ?>
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