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Translation of Development Readme (trunk): Afrikaans

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PLEASE NOTE: Line 14 extracts each separate line of HTML from the original <code>wp_list_pages</code> output and puts it into an array called <code>$lines.</code> The <code>\n</code> parameter tells the explode command that each line ends with a carriage return. However, as of WordPress 3.2.1, the explode command assumes each line ends when it finds an <code>n</code>. As such, if developers edit the plugin using the WordPress code editor, they should add an extra backslash (<code>\</code>) in front of the <code>n</code> before saving the file (e.g, <code>$lines = explode("\\n", $val);</code>). The line will revert to <code>$lines = explode("\n", $val);</code> on save. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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PLEASE NOTE: Line 14 extracts each separate line of HTML from the original <code>wp_list_pages</code> output and puts it into an array called <code>$lines.</code> The <code>\n</code> parameter tells the explode command that each line ends with a carriage return. However, as of WordPress 3.2.1, the explode command assumes each line ends when it finds an <code>n</code>. As such, if developers edit the plugin using the WordPress code editor, they should add an extra backslash (<code>\</code>) in front of the <code>n</code> before saving the file (e.g, <code>$lines = explode("\\n", $val);</code>). The line will revert to <code>$lines = explode("\n", $val);</code> on save.
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Found in faq paragraph.

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