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Timestamp:
01/15/2022 08:42:56 AM (2 years ago)
Author:
audrasjb
Message:

Administration: Replace "Current theme" with "Active theme" in user facing strings.

This change replaces "Current theme" with "Active theme" in user-facing strings. It brings better consistency across the Administration.

Props Presskopp, audrasjb, costdev.
Fixes #54770.

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

    r52351 r52580  
    635635                        sprintf(
    636636                            /* translators: 1: The currently active theme. 2: The active theme's parent theme. */
    637                             __( 'To enhance your site’s security, you should consider removing any themes you’re not using. You should keep your current theme, %1$s, and %2$s, its parent theme.' ),
     637                            __( 'To enhance your site’s security, you should consider removing any themes you’re not using. You should keep your active theme, %1$s, and %2$s, its parent theme.' ),
    638638                            $active_theme->name,
    639639                            $active_theme->parent()->name
     
    654654                        sprintf(
    655655                            /* translators: 1: The default theme for WordPress. 2: The currently active theme. 3: The active theme's parent theme. */
    656                             __( 'To enhance your site’s security, you should consider removing any themes you’re not using. You should keep %1$s, the default WordPress theme, %2$s, your current theme, and %3$s, its parent theme.' ),
     656                            __( 'To enhance your site’s security, you should consider removing any themes you’re not using. You should keep %1$s, the default WordPress theme, %2$s, your active theme, and %3$s, its parent theme.' ),
    657657                            $default_theme ? $default_theme->name : WP_DEFAULT_THEME,
    658658                            $active_theme->name,
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