Support » Plugin: Import users from CSV with meta » Typo in the settings page

  • Resolved gecko_guy

    (@gecko_guy)


    Hey there,

    Just to mention a couple of typos in the settings pages/tabs:

    On the Import Tab (and any other tabs where the same option exists):

    Delete users that are not present in the CSV?

    <option value="">Delete posts of deled users without assing to any user</option>

    Should read:

    <option value="">Delete posts of deleted users without assigning to any user</option>

    On the Frontend Tab (and any other tabs where the same option exists):

    <option selected="selected" value="">Disable role assignement in frontend import</option>

    Should read:

    <option selected="selected" value="">Disable role assignment in frontend import</option>

    On the Cron import Tab:

    <option selected="selected" value="">Disable role assignement in cron import</option>

    Should read:

    <option selected="selected" value="">Disable role assignment in cron import</option>

    On the Mail options Tab, in all cases where the word “automattic” is used, it should be spelt automatic

    <label for="automattic_wordpress_email">
      <select name="automattic_wordpress_email" id="automattic_wordpress_email">
        <option value="false">Deactivate WordPress automattic email when an user is updated or his password is changed</option>
        <option value="true">Activate WordPress automattic email when an user is updated or his password is changed</option>
      </select>
    
    <span class="description"><!--? _e( "When you update an user or change his password, WordPress prepare and send automattic email, you can deactivate it here.", 'import-users-from-csv-with-meta' ); ?--></span>
    </label>

    I did not go through the rest in any detail, but those ones jumped out immediately and I thought you might like to know.

    There are also quite a few grammatical errors, and while none of these things make a difference to the actual functionality I think they probably do make a difference to how English speaking people perceive the professionalism of the tool itself, and if you’re anything like me then you want your products to look professional as well as to work well.. I can see how much work has gone into this tool and the coding works very well, so I hope my comments are useful to you! 🙂

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  • Plugin Author Javier Carazo

    (@carazo)

    @gecko_guy,

    Thanks for your answer. I have just fixed all this.

    If you see any other problem, please let me know. I am from Spain and sometimes it is hard to me writing good English.

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