About 24,541 results: "php printf"
Page 9 of 50
Filter Results
Sources
Languages
Filter Results
Try Search On





  1. 			_e( 'Your server is set up to check the owner of PHP scripts before allowing them to read and write files.', 'wp-super-cache' ) . " ";
  2. 			printf( __( 'You or an administrator may be able to make it work by changing the group owner of the plugin scripts to match that of the web server user. The group owner of the %s/cache/ directory must also be changed. See the <a href="http://php.net/features.safe-mode">safe mode manual page</a> for further details.', 'wp-super-cache' ), WP_CONTENT_DIR );
  3. 			if( substr( $ip, 0, 3 ) == '127' || substr( $ip, 0, 7 ) == '192.168' ) {
  4. 				?><div id="message" class="updated fade"><h3><?php printf( __( 'Warning! Your hostname "%s" resolves to %s', 'wp-super-cache' ), $hostname, $ip ); ?></h3>
  5. 					<p><?php printf( __( 'Your server thinks your hostname resolves to %s. Some services such as garbage collection by this plugin, and WordPress scheduled posts may not operate correctly.', 'wp-super-cache' ), $ip ); ?></p>
  6. 		if( substr( $wp_content_mode, -2 ) == '77' ) {
  7. 			?><div id="message" class="updated fade"><h3><?php printf( __( 'Warning! %s is writeable!', 'wp-super-cache' ), WP_CONTENT_DIR ); ?></h3>
  8. 			<p><?php printf( __( 'You should change the permissions on %s and make it more restrictive. Use your ftp client, or the following command to fix things:', 'wp-super-cache' ), WP_CONTENT_DIR ); ?> <code>chmod 755 <?php echo WP_CONTENT_DIR; ?>/</code></p>
  9. 			<p><?php _e( '<a href="http://codex.wordpress.org/Changing_File_Permissions">This page</a> explains how to change file permissions.', 'wp-super-cache' ); ?></p>
  10. 			<li> <?php _e( 'Scroll down the Advanced Settings page and click the <strong>Update Mod_Rewrite Rules</strong> button.', 'wp-super-cache' ); ?></li>
  11. 			<li> <?php printf( __( 'Delete the plugin mod_rewrite rules in %s.htaccess enclosed by <code># BEGIN WPSuperCache</code> and <code># END WPSuperCache</code> and let the plugin regenerate them by reloading this page.', 'wp-super-cache' ), $home_path ); ?></li>
  12. 			<li> <?php printf( __( 'Add the rules yourself. Edit %s.htaccess and find the block of code enclosed by the lines <code># BEGIN WPSuperCache</code> and <code># END WPSuperCache</code>. There are two sections that look very similar. Just below the line <code>%%{HTTP:Cookie} !^.*(comment_author_|%s|wp-postpass_).*$</code> add these lines: (do it twice, once for each section)', 'wp-super-cache' ), $home_path, wpsc_get_logged_in_cookie() ); ?></p>
  13. 						wp_schedule_single_event( time() + ( (int)$_POST[ 'custom_preload_interval' ] * 60 ), 'wp_cache_full_preload_hook' );
  14. 						echo "<p><strong>" . sprintf( __( 'Scheduled preloading of cache in %d minutes', 'wp-super-cache' ), (int)$_POST[ 'custom_preload_interval' ] ) . "</strong></p>";
  15. 			if ( is_array( $preload_counter ) && $preload_counter[ 'c' ] > 0 ) {
  16. 				echo '<p><strong>' . sprintf( __( 'Currently caching from post %d to %d.', 'wp-super-cache' ), ( $preload_counter[ 'c' ] - 100 ), $preload_counter[ 'c' ] ) . '</strong></p>';





  1. 			_e( 'Your server is set up to check the owner of PHP scripts before allowing them to read and write files.', 'wp-super-cache' ) . " ";
  2. 			printf( __( 'You or an administrator may be able to make it work by changing the group owner of the plugin scripts to match that of the web server user. The group owner of the %s/cache/ directory must also be changed. See the <a href="http://php.net/features.safe-mode">safe mode manual page</a> for further details.', 'wp-super-cache' ), WP_CONTENT_DIR );
  3. 			if( substr( $ip, 0, 3 ) == '127' || substr( $ip, 0, 7 ) == '192.168' ) {
  4. 				?><div id="message" class="updated fade"><h3><?php printf( __( 'Warning! Your hostname "%s" resolves to %s', 'wp-super-cache' ), $hostname, $ip ); ?></h3>
  5. 					<p><?php printf( __( 'Your server thinks your hostname resolves to %s. Some services such as garbage collection by this plugin, and WordPress scheduled posts may not operate correctly.', 'wp-super-cache' ), $ip ); ?></p>
  6. 					<p><?php printf( __( 'Please see entry 16 in the <a href="%s">Troubleshooting section</a> of the readme.txt', 'wp-super-cache' ), 'http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wp-super-cache/faq/' ); ?></p>
  7. 					</div>
  8. 					<p><?php _e( 'Unfortunately WordPress cannot find the file wp-cron.php. This script is required for the the correct operation of garbage collection by this plugin, WordPress scheduled posts as well as other critical activities.', 'wp-super-cache' ); ?></p>
  9. 					<p><?php printf( __( 'Please see entry 16 in the <a href="%s">Troubleshooting section</a> of the readme.txt', 'wp-super-cache' ), 'http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wp-super-cache/faq/' ); ?></p>
  10. 			<li> <?php _e( 'Scroll down the Advanced Settings page and click the <strong>Update Mod_Rewrite Rules</strong> button.', 'wp-super-cache' ); ?></li>
  11. 			<li> <?php printf( __( 'Delete the plugin mod_rewrite rules in %s.htaccess enclosed by <code># BEGIN WPSuperCache</code> and <code># END WPSuperCache</code> and let the plugin regenerate them by reloading this page.', 'wp-super-cache' ), $home_path ); ?></li>
  12. 			<li> <?php printf( __( 'Add the rules yourself. Edit %s.htaccess and find the block of code enclosed by the lines <code># BEGIN WPSuperCache</code> and <code># END WPSuperCache</code>. There are two sections that look very similar. Just below the line <code>%%{HTTP:Cookie} !^.*(comment_author_|wordpress_logged_in|wp-postpass_).*$</code> add these lines: (do it twice, once for each section)', 'wp-super-cache' ), $home_path ); ?></p>
  13. 			<div style='padding: 2px; margin: 2px; border: 1px solid #333; width:400px; overflow: scroll'><pre><?php echo "RewriteCond %{HTTP_user_agent} !^.*(" . addcslashes( implode( '|', $wp_cache_mobile_browsers ), ' ' ) . ").*\nRewriteCond %{HTTP_user_agent} !^(" . addcslashes( implode( '|', $wp_cache_mobile_prefixes ), ' ' ) . ").*"; ?></pre></div></li></ol></div><?php 
  14. 			echo "<p>";
  15. 			printf(  __( 'Fetching %s to prime cache: ', 'wp-super-cache' ), $url );










Back to Top