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Changeset 53127


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Timestamp:
04/11/2022 05:14:43 AM (2 years ago)
Author:
peterwilsoncc
Message:

Permalinks: Improve settings page error messages.

Props sabernhardt.
Fixes #53141.

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1 edited

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

    r53047 r53127  
    369369                printf(
    370370                    /* translators: 1: web.config, 2: Documentation URL, 3: Ctrl + A, 4: ⌘ + A, 5: Element code. */
    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 (or %4$s on Mac) to select all. Then insert this rule inside of the %5$s element in %1$s file.' ),
     371                    __( 'Error: Your %1$s file is not <a href="%2$s">writable</a>, so updating it automatically was not possible. This is the URL rewrite rule you should have in your %1$s file. Click in the field and press %3$s (or %4$s on Mac) to select all. Then insert this rule inside of the %5$s element in %1$s file.' ),
    372372                    '<code>web.config</code>',
    373373                    __( 'https://wordpress.org/support/article/changing-file-permissions/' ),
     
    386386                printf(
    387387                    /* translators: %s: web.config */
    388                     __( 'If you temporarily make your %s file writable for us to generate rewrite rules automatically, do not forget to revert the permissions after rule has been saved.' ),
     388                    __( 'If you temporarily make your %s file writable to generate rewrite rules automatically, do not forget to revert the permissions after the rule has been saved.' ),
    389389                    '<code>web.config</code>'
    390390                );
     
    396396            printf(
    397397                /* translators: 1: Documentation URL, 2: web.config, 3: Ctrl + A, 4: ⌘ + A */
    398                 __( '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 (or %4$s on Mac) to select all. Then insert this code into the %2$s file.' ),
     398                __( 'Error: The root directory of your site is not <a href="%1$s">writable</a>, so creating a file automatically was not possible. This is the URL rewrite rule you should have in your %2$s file. Create a new file called %2$s in the root directory of your site. Click in the field and press %3$s (or %4$s on Mac) to select all. Then insert this code into the %2$s file.' ),
    399399                __( 'https://wordpress.org/support/article/changing-file-permissions/' ),
    400400                '<code>web.config</code>',
     
    412412            printf(
    413413                /* translators: %s: web.config */
    414                 __( 'If you temporarily make your site&#8217;s root directory writable for us to generate the %s file automatically, do not forget to revert the permissions after the file has been created.' ),
     414                __( 'If you temporarily make your site&#8217;s root directory writable to generate the %s file automatically, do not forget to revert the permissions after the file has been created.' ),
    415415                '<code>web.config</code>'
    416416            );
     
    427427        printf(
    428428            /* translators: 1: .htaccess, 2: Documentation URL, 3: Ctrl + A, 4: ⌘ + A */
    429             __( '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 (or %4$s on Mac) to select all.' ),
     429            __( 'Error: Your %1$s file is not <a href="%2$s">writable</a>, so updating it automatically was not possible. These are the mod_rewrite rules you should have in your %1$s file. Click in the field and press %3$s (or %4$s on Mac) to select all.' ),
    430430            '<code>.htaccess</code>',
    431431            __( 'https://wordpress.org/support/article/changing-file-permissions/' ),
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