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  1. ?>
  2. 	<p class="description"><?php printf( __( 'See <a href="#" id="%1$s">help section</a> above for details', 'tppi' ), 'tp_options_fields_other_fields_help' ); ?></p>
  3. 	
  4. 	$desc = sprintf( __( 'The new %1$s from %2$s: %3$s', 'tppi' ), '%title%', '%brand%', '%caption%' );
  5. 	$result = sprintf( __( 'The new %1$s from %2$s: %3$s', 'tppi' ), 'men\'s sneakers', 'Nike', 'Now on sale!' );
  6. 	ob_start();
  7. 	<h3><?php _e( 'Connection settings', 'tppi' ); ?></h3>
  8. 	<p><strong><?php _e( 'Network API URL', 'tppi' ); ?></strong> - <?php printf( __( 'If you\'re unsure, ask your affiliate network operator for this. It\'s usually %1$s, where %2$s is your network.', 'tppi' ), '<code>api.network.com</code>', '<code>network.com</code>' ); ?></p>
  9. 	<p><strong><?php _e( 'Product fields', 'tppi' ); ?></strong> - <?php printf( __('These are the fields you can use in your custom theme. The syntax is %1$s, where %2$s is the WordPress field name and %3$s is the value of the product info field from 2Performant.', 'tppi'), "<code>tp_the_product_field( 'wp-key' )</code>", '<code>wp-key</code>', '<code>%product-key%</code>' ); ?></p>
  10. 	<p><strong><?php _e( 'Other custom fields', 'tppi' ); ?></strong> - <?php printf( __( '<a href="%1$s" target="_blank">Custom fields</a> that can originally be set by other plugins, but whose values you want to override. For example you could set %2$s\'s %3$s custom field to something like %4$s in order to get %5$s.', 'tppi'), 'http://codex.wordpress.org/Custom_Fields', "<a href='http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/all-in-one-seo-pack/' target='_blank'>All in One SEO Pack</a>", '<code>_aioseop_description</code>', '<code>'.$desc.'</code>', '<em>'.$result.'</em>' ); ?></p>
  11. 	<p><?php echo sprintf( __('Possible product info fields are: %1$s.', 'tppi'), '<code>%' . implode( '%</code>, <code>%', $field_names ) . '%</code>' ); ?></p>
  12. 	<h3><?php _e( 'Inserting products into post', 'tppi' ); ?></h3>
  13. 	<p><strong><?php _e( 'User-defined output template', 'tppi' ); ?></strong> - <?php printf( __('This defines how the products inserted into the post via the button on the <abbr title="What You See Is What You Get">WYSIWYG</abbr> (visual) editor will look like. You can use the product info fields mentioned above using the %1$s syntax described above.', 'tppi'), '<code>%product-info-field%</code>' ); ?></p>
  14. function tp_get_option( $group, $name, $default = false ) {
  15. 	$option = get_option( sprintf( 'tp_options_%s', $group ), array( $name => $default ) );


















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