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Changeset 46267


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Timestamp:
09/23/2019 07:38:56 PM (3 weeks ago)
Author:
SergeyBiryukov
Message:

Site Health: Improve wording for PHP update warning.

Props danieltj, garrett-eclipse, marybaum, afragen, chetan200891.
Fixes #47644.

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  • trunk/src/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-site-health.php

    r46231 r46267  
    261261                    $result['label']  = sprintf(
    262262                        /* translators: %s: The current version of WordPress installed on this site. */
    263                         __( 'Your WordPress version is up to date (%s)' ),
     263                        __( 'Your version of WordPress (%s) is up to date' ),
    264264                        $core_current_version
    265265                    );
     
    655655            'label'       => sprintf(
    656656                /* translators: %s: The current PHP version. */
    657                 __( 'PHP is up to date (%s)' ),
     657                __( 'Your version of PHP (%s) is up to date' ),
    658658                PHP_VERSION
    659659            ),
     
    665665            'description' => sprintf(
    666666                '<p>%s</p>',
    667                 __( 'PHP is the programming language we use to build and maintain WordPress. Newer versions of PHP are both faster and more secure, so updating will have a positive effect on your site&#8217;s performance.' )
     667                sprintf(
     668                    /* translators: %s: The minimum recommended PHP version. */
     669                    __( 'PHP is the programming language used to build and maintain WordPress. Newer versions of PHP are faster and more secure, so staying up to date will help your site&#8217;s overall performance and security. The minimum recommended version of PHP is %s.' ),
     670                    $response['recommended_version']
     671                )
    668672            ),
    669673            'actions'     => sprintf(
     
    682686        }
    683687
    684         // The PHP version is older than the recommended version, but still acceptable.
     688        // The PHP version is older than the recommended version, but still receiving active support.
    685689        if ( $response['is_supported'] ) {
    686             $result['label']  = __( 'We recommend that you update PHP' );
     690            $result['label'] = sprintf(
     691                /* translators: %s: The server PHP version. */
     692                __( 'Your version of PHP (%s) is out of date' ),
     693                PHP_VERSION
     694            );
    687695            $result['status'] = 'recommended';
    688696
     
    692700        // The PHP version is only receiving security fixes.
    693701        if ( $response['is_secure'] ) {
    694             $result['label']  = __( 'Your PHP version should be updated' );
     702            $result['label'] = sprintf(
     703                /* translators: %s: The server PHP version. */
     704                __( 'Your version of PHP (%s) should be updated' ),
     705                PHP_VERSION
     706            );
    695707            $result['status'] = 'recommended';
    696708
     
    699711
    700712        // Anything no longer secure must be updated.
    701         $result['label']          = __( 'Your PHP version requires an update' );
     713        $result['label'] = sprintf(
     714            /* translators: %s: The server PHP version. */
     715            __( 'Your version of PHP (%s) requires an update' ),
     716            PHP_VERSION
     717        );
    702718        $result['status']         = 'critical';
    703719        $result['badge']['label'] = __( 'Security' );
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