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Timestamp:
07/13/2021 12:11:42 AM (3 months ago)
Author:
ryelle
Message:

Help/About: Update the About section for 5.8.

Update the image links to use the CDN. Use regular text color for headings. Fix two string issues. Remove unnecessary wp-components script & style.

Props nao, audrasjb, karmatosed, desrosj, javiarce, milana_cap.
See #52775.

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  • trunk/src/wp-admin/about.php

    r51359 r51413  
    1010require_once __DIR__ . '/admin.php';
    1111
    12 wp_enqueue_script( 'wp-components' );
    13 wp_enqueue_style( 'wp-components' );
    14 
    1512/* translators: Page title of the About WordPress page in the admin. */
    1613$title = _x( 'About', 'page title' );
     
    4542
    4643        <div class="about__section">
    47             <h2 class="aligncenter has-accent-color">
     44            <h2 class="aligncenter">
    4845                <?php _e( 'Three Essential Powerhouses' ); ?>
    4946            </h2>
     
    5249        <div class="about__section has-2-columns is-wider-left">
    5350            <div class="column about__image is-vertically-aligned-center is-edge-to-edge">
    54                 <img src="https://make.wordpress.org/core/files/2021/07/about-58-widgets-blocks.png" alt="" />
     51                <img src="https://s.w.org/images/core/5.8/about-widgets-blocks.png" alt="" />
    5552            </div>
    5653            <div class="column">
     
    7875                </h3>
    7976                <p>
    80                     <?php
    81                     printf(
    82                         /* translators: %s: Query Loop dev note link. */
    83                         __( 'The Query Loop Block makes it possible to display posts based on specified parameters; like a PHP loop without the code. Easily display posts from a specific category, to do things like create a portfolio or a page full of your favorite recipes. Think of it as a more complex and powerful Latest Posts Block! Plus, pattern suggestions make it easier than ever to create a list of posts with the design you want. For our theme authors, learn more about experimenting with this awesome tool in the <a href="%s">Query Loop Block dev note</a>.' ),
    84                         '#'
    85                     );
    86                     ?>
    87                 </p>
    88             </div>
    89             <div class="column about__image is-vertically-aligned-center is-edge-to-edge">
    90                 <img src="https://make.wordpress.org/core/files/2021/07/about-58-patterns.png" alt="" />
     77                    <?php _e( 'The Query Loop Block makes it possible to display posts based on specified parameters; like a PHP loop without the code. Easily display posts from a specific category, to do things like create a portfolio or a page full of your favorite recipes. Think of it as a more complex and powerful Latest Posts Block! Plus, pattern suggestions make it easier than ever to create a list of posts with the design you want.' ); ?>
     78                </p>
     79            </div>
     80            <div class="column about__image is-vertically-aligned-center is-edge-to-edge">
     81                <img src="https://s.w.org/images/core/5.8/about-query-loop.png" alt="" />
    9182            </div>
    9283        </div>
     
    9687        <div class="about__section has-2-columns is-wider-left">
    9788            <div class="column about__image is-vertically-aligned-center is-edge-to-edge">
    98                 <img src="https://make.wordpress.org/core/files/2021/07/about-58-template.png" alt="" />
     89                <img src="https://s.w.org/images/core/5.8/about-template.png" alt="" />
    9990            </div>
    10091            <div class="column">
     
    113104
    114105        <div class="about__section">
    115             <h2 class="aligncenter has-accent-color">
     106            <h2 class="aligncenter">
    116107                <?php _e( 'Three Workflow Helpers' ); ?>
    117108            </h2>
     
    120111        <div class="about__section has-2-columns is-wider-left">
    121112            <div class="column about__image is-vertically-aligned-center is-edge-to-edge">
    122                 <img src="https://make.wordpress.org/core/files/2021/07/about-58-list-view.png" alt="" />
     113                <img src="https://s.w.org/images/core/5.8/about-list-view.png" alt="" />
    123114            </div>
    124115            <div class="column">
     
    148139            </div>
    149140            <div class="column about__image is-vertically-aligned-center is-edge-to-edge">
    150                 <img src="https://make.wordpress.org/core/files/2021/07/about-58-pattern-suggestions.png" alt="" />
     141                <img src="https://s.w.org/images/core/5.8/about-pattern-suggestions.png" alt="" />
    151142            </div>
    152143        </div>
     
    156147        <div class="about__section has-2-columns is-wider-left">
    157148            <div class="column about__image is-vertically-aligned-center is-edge-to-edge">
    158                 <img src="https://make.wordpress.org/core/files/2021/07/about-58-duotone.png" alt="" />
     149                <img src="https://s.w.org/images/core/5.8/about-duotone.png" alt="" />
    159150            </div>
    160151            <div class="column">
     
    173164
    174165        <div class="about__section">
    175             <h2 class="aligncenter has-accent-color">
     166            <h2 class="aligncenter">
    176167                <?php _e( 'For Developers to Explore' ); ?>
    177168            </h2>
    178169            <div class="column about__image is-vertically-aligned-center is-edge-to-edge">
    179                 <img src="https://make.wordpress.org/core/files/2021/07/about-58-theme-json.png" alt="" />
     170                <img src="https://s.w.org/images/core/5.8/about-theme-json.png" alt="" />
    180171            </div>
    181172        </div>
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