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Changeset 32691


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Timestamp:
06/04/2015 04:37:02 AM (6 years ago)
Author:
helen
Message:

Nav menus: hide the title attribute field by default for new users and installs.

It is still available in screen options. This also gives the "Navigation Label", a crucial field, the room it really deserves.

props paulwilde.
fixes #32218.

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  • trunk/src/wp-admin/includes/nav-menu.php

    r32655 r32691  
    148148                    </p>
    149149                <?php endif; ?>
    150                 <p class="description description-thin">
     150                <p class="description description-wide">
    151151                    <label for="edit-menu-item-title-<?php echo $item_id; ?>">
    152152                        <?php _e( 'Navigation Label' ); ?><br />
     
    154154                    </label>
    155155                </p>
    156                 <p class="description description-thin">
     156                <p class="field-title-attribute description description-wide">
    157157                    <label for="edit-menu-item-attr-title-<?php echo $item_id; ?>">
    158158                        <?php _e( 'Title Attribute' ); ?><br />
     
    463463        $user = wp_get_current_user();
    464464        update_user_option($user->ID, 'managenav-menuscolumnshidden',
    465             array( 0 => 'link-target', 1 => 'css-classes', 2 => 'xfn', 3 => 'description', ),
     465            array( 0 => 'link-target', 1 => 'css-classes', 2 => 'xfn', 3 => 'description', 4 => 'title-attribute', ),
    466466            true);
    467467    }
     
    12341234        '_title' => __('Show advanced menu properties'),
    12351235        'cb' => '<input type="checkbox" />',
     1236        'title-attribute' => __('Title Attribute'),
    12361237        'link-target' => __('Link Target'),
    12371238        'css-classes' => __('CSS Classes'),
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