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Changeset 55452


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Timestamp:
03/01/2023 05:01:14 PM (12 months ago)
Author:
SergeyBiryukov
Message:

Help/About: Improve help text about the WordPress URL and Site URL settings.

This aims to elaborate a bit more on the difference between these two settings, as well as explain the http:// or https:// prefix.

Follow-up to [15000], [19472].

Props marybaum, sabernhardt, tobifjellner, justinahinon, webcommsat, hellofromtonya, audrasjb, robinwpdeveloper, costdev, SergeyBiryukov.
Fixes #50886.

Location:
trunk/src/wp-admin
Files:
2 edited

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  • trunk/src/wp-admin/network/settings.php

    r55418 r55452  
    5454            '<p>' . __( 'New site settings are defaults applied when a new site is created in the network. These include welcome email for when a new site or user account is registered, and what&#8127;s put in the first post, page, comment, comment author, and comment URL.' ) . '</p>' .
    5555            '<p>' . __( 'Upload settings control the size of the uploaded files and the amount of available upload space for each site. You can change the default value for specific sites when you edit a particular site. Allowed file types are also listed (space separated only).' ) . '</p>' .
    56             '<p>' . __( 'You can set the language, and the translation files will be automatically downloaded and installed (available if your filesystem is writable).' ) . '</p>' .
     56            '<p>' . __( 'You can set the language, and WordPress will automatically download and install the translation files (available if your filesystem is writable).' ) . '</p>' .
    5757            '<p>' . __( 'Menu setting enables/disables the plugin menus from appearing for non super admins, so that only super admins, not site admins, have access to activate plugins.' ) . '</p>' .
    5858            '<p>' . __( 'Super admins can no longer be added on the Options screen. You must now go to the list of existing users on Network Admin > Users and click on Username or the Edit action link below that name. This goes to an Edit User page where you can check a box to grant super admin privileges.' ) . '</p>',
  • trunk/src/wp-admin/options-general.php

    r55414 r55452  
    2626
    2727$options_help = '<p>' . __( 'The fields on this screen determine some of the basics of your site setup.' ) . '</p>' .
    28     '<p>' . __( 'Most themes display the site title at the top of every page, in the title bar of the browser, and as the identifying name for syndicated feeds. The tagline is also displayed by many themes.' ) . '</p>';
     28    '<p>' . __( 'Most themes show the site title at the top of every page, in the title bar of the browser, and as the identifying name for syndicated feeds. Many themes also show the tagline.' ) . '</p>';
    2929
    3030if ( ! is_multisite() ) {
    31     $options_help .= '<p>' . __( 'The WordPress URL and the site URL can be the same (example.com) or different; for example, having the WordPress core files (example.com/wordpress) in a subdirectory instead of the root directory.' ) . '</p>' .
    32         '<p>' . __( 'If you want site visitors to be able to register themselves, as opposed to by the site administrator, check the membership box. A default user role can be set for all new users, whether self-registered or registered by the site admin.' ) . '</p>';
    33 }
    34 
    35 $options_help .= '<p>' . __( 'You can set the language, and the translation files will be automatically downloaded and installed (available if your filesystem is writable).' ) . '</p>' .
     31    $options_help .= '<p>' . __( 'Two terms you will want to know are the WordPress URL and the site URL. The WordPress URL is where the core WordPress installation files are, and the site URL is the address a visitor uses in the browser to go to your site.' ) . '</p>' .
     32        '<p>' . sprintf(
     33            /* translators: %s: Documentation URL. */
     34            __( 'Though the terms refer to two different concepts, in practice, they can be the same address or different. For example, you can have the core WordPress installation files in the root directory (<code>https://example.com</code>), in which case the two URLs would be the same. Or the <a href="%s">WordPress files can be in a subdirectory</a> (<code>https://example.com/wordpress</code>). In that case, the WordPress URL and the site URL would be different.' ),
     35            __( 'https://wordpress.org/documentation/article/giving-wordpress-its-own-directory/' )
     36        ) . '</p>' .
     37        '<p>' . sprintf(
     38            /* translators: 1: http://, 2: https:// */
     39            __( 'Both WordPress URL and site URL can start with either %1$s or %2$s. A URL starting with %2$s requires an SSL certificate, so be sure that you have one before changing to %2$s. With %2$s, a padlock will appear next to the address in the browser address bar. Both %2$s and the padlock signal that your site meets some basic security requirements, which can build trust with your visitors and with search engines.' ),
     40            '<code>http://</code>',
     41            '<code>https://</code>'
     42        ) . '</p>' .
     43        '<p>' . __( 'If you want site visitors to be able to register themselves, check the membership box. If you want the site administrator to register every new user, leave the box unchecked. In either case, you can set a default user role for all new users.' ) . '</p>';
     44}
     45
     46$options_help .= '<p>' . __( 'You can set the language, and WordPress will automatically download and install the translation files (available if your filesystem is writable).' ) . '</p>' .
    3647    '<p>' . __( 'UTC means Coordinated Universal Time.' ) . '</p>' .
    3748    '<p>' . __( 'You must click the Save Changes button at the bottom of the screen for new settings to take effect.' ) . '</p>';
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