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Timestamp:
08/28/2015 03:16:02 AM (9 years ago)
Author:
helen
Message:

Drop the hyphen from e-mail and standardize on email.

The AP Stylebook changed this in 2011, and we're woefully inconsistent, so let's go with the standard.

props morganestes, voldemortensen, niallkennedy (for patching on the previous AP style).
fixes #26156.

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  • trunk/src/wp-admin/options-writing.php

    r32974 r33774  
    2828        'id'      => 'options-postemail',
    2929        'title'   => __( 'Post Via Email' ),
    30         'content' => '<p>' . __( 'Post via email settings allow you to send your WordPress install an email with the content of your post. You must set up a secret e-mail account with POP3 access to use this, and any mail received at this address will be posted, so it&#8217;s a good idea to keep this address very secret.' ) . '</p>',
     30        'content' => '<p>' . __( 'Post via email settings allow you to send your WordPress install an email with the content of your post. You must set up a secret email account with POP3 access to use this, and any mail received at this address will be posted, so it&#8217;s a good idea to keep this address very secret.' ) . '</p>',
    3131    ) );
    3232}
     
    114114if ( apply_filters( 'enable_post_by_email_configuration', true ) ) {
    115115?>
    116 <h3 class="title"><?php _e('Post via e-mail') ?></h3>
    117 <p><?php printf(__('To post to WordPress by e-mail you must set up a secret e-mail account with POP3 access. Any mail received at this address will be posted, so it&#8217;s a good idea to keep this address very secret. Here are three random strings you could use: <kbd>%s</kbd>, <kbd>%s</kbd>, <kbd>%s</kbd>.'), wp_generate_password(8, false), wp_generate_password(8, false), wp_generate_password(8, false)) ?></p>
     116<h3 class="title"><?php _e('Post via email') ?></h3>
     117<p><?php printf(__('To post to WordPress by email you must set up a secret email account with POP3 access. Any mail received at this address will be posted, so it&#8217;s a good idea to keep this address very secret. Here are three random strings you could use: <kbd>%s</kbd>, <kbd>%s</kbd>, <kbd>%s</kbd>.'), wp_generate_password(8, false), wp_generate_password(8, false), wp_generate_password(8, false)) ?></p>
    118118
    119119<table class="form-table">
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