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Timestamp:
03/22/2022 04:23:32 PM (2 years ago)
Author:
audrasjb
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Administration: Replace contracted verb forms for better consistency.

This changeset replaces contracted verb forms like doesn't, can't, or isn't with non-contracted forms like does not, cannot, or is not, for better consistency across the WordPress administration. It also updates some corresponding unit tests strings.

Props Presskopp, socalchristina, aandrewdixon, francina, SergeyBiryukov, JeffPaul, audrasjb, hellofromTonya.
Fixes #38913.
See #39176.

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

    r52808 r52978  
    369369                printf(
    370370                    /* translators: 1: web.config, 2: Documentation URL, 3: Ctrl + A, 4: Element code. */
    371                     __( 'If your %1$s file was <a href="%2$s">writable</a>, we could do this automatically, but it isn&#8217;t so this is the url rewrite rule you should have in your %1$s file. Click in the field and press %3$s to select all. Then insert this rule inside of the %4$s element in %1$s file.' ),
     371                    __( 'If your %1$s file was <a href="%2$s">writable</a>, we could do this automatically, but it is not so this is the url rewrite rule you should have in your %1$s file. Click in the field and press %3$s to select all. Then insert this rule inside of the %4$s element in %1$s file.' ),
    372372                    '<code>web.config</code>',
    373373                    __( 'https://wordpress.org/support/article/changing-file-permissions/' ),
     
    395395            printf(
    396396                /* translators: 1: Documentation URL, 2: web.config, 3: Ctrl + A */
    397                 __( 'If the root directory of your site was <a href="%1$s">writable</a>, we could do this automatically, but it isn&#8217;t so this is the url rewrite rule you should have in your %2$s file. Create a new file, called %2$s in the root directory of your site. Click in the field and press %3$s to select all. Then insert this code into the %2$s file.' ),
     397                __( 'If the root directory of your site was <a href="%1$s">writable</a>, we could do this automatically, but it is not so this is the url rewrite rule you should have in your %2$s file. Create a new file, called %2$s in the root directory of your site. Click in the field and press %3$s to select all. Then insert this code into the %2$s file.' ),
    398398                __( 'https://wordpress.org/support/article/changing-file-permissions/' ),
    399399                '<code>web.config</code>',
     
    425425        printf(
    426426            /* translators: 1: .htaccess, 2: Documentation URL, 3: Ctrl + A */
    427             __( 'If your %1$s file was <a href="%2$s">writable</a>, we could do this automatically, but it isn&#8217;t so these are the mod_rewrite rules you should have in your %1$s file. Click in the field and press %3$s to select all.' ),
     427            __( 'If your %1$s file was <a href="%2$s">writable</a>, we could do this automatically, but it is not so these are the mod_rewrite rules you should have in your %1$s file. Click in the field and press %3$s to select all.' ),
    428428            '<code>.htaccess</code>',
    429429            __( 'https://wordpress.org/support/article/changing-file-permissions/' ),
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