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Timestamp:
08/22/2017 11:51:11 AM (3 years ago)
Author:
johnbillion
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General: Improve terminology used when referring to installations of WordPress and its extensions.

"Install" is not a noun, and while it might be acceptable to use the verb as a noun, it is not correct. Using the correct
noun, "installation", increases clarity, especially for non-native English speakers.

This change fixes the usage in user-facing text and in developer documentation.

Fixes #41620

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  • trunk/src/wp-admin/network.php

    r40390 r41289  
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    5959$network_help = '<p>' . __('This screen allows you to configure a network as having subdomains (<code>site1.example.com</code>) or subdirectories (<code>example.com/site1</code>). Subdomains require wildcard subdomains to be enabled in Apache and DNS records, if your host allows it.') . '</p>' .
    60     '<p>' . __('Choose subdomains or subdirectories; this can only be switched afterwards by reconfiguring your install. Fill out the network details, and click install. If this does not work, you may have to add a wildcard DNS record (for subdomains) or change to another setting in Permalinks (for subdirectories).') . '</p>' .
     60    '<p>' . __('Choose subdomains or subdirectories; this can only be switched afterwards by reconfiguring your installation. Fill out the network details, and click Install. If this does not work, you may have to add a wildcard DNS record (for subdomains) or change to another setting in Permalinks (for subdirectories).') . '</p>' .
    6161    '<p>' . __('The next screen for Network Setup will give you individually-generated lines of code to add to your wp-config.php and .htaccess files. Make sure the settings of your FTP client make files starting with a dot visible, so that you can find .htaccess; you may have to create this file if it really is not there. Make backup copies of those two files.') . '</p>' .
    6262    '<p>' . __('Add the designated lines of code to wp-config.php (just before <code>/*...stop editing...*/</code>) and <code>.htaccess</code> (replacing the existing WordPress rules).') . '</p>' .
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