Commit f07c54fd authored by Nicholas Thompson's avatar Nicholas Thompson
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New page_title.pot for translation templates

parent 7ec28364
# $Id$
#
# LANGUAGE translation of Drupal (page_title.module)
# LANGUAGE translation of Drupal (general)
# Copyright YEAR NAME <EMAIL@ADDRESS>
# Generated from files:
# page_title.install,v 1.2.2.1 2007/07/10 07:19:49 johnalbin
# page_title.info,v 1.1.2.1 2007/06/20 13:32:02 robertDouglass
# page_title.module,v 1.2.2.5 2007/07/10 07:58:02 johnalbin
# page_title.module,v 1.18.2.2 2008/09/25 15:48:03 njt1982
# page_title.info,v 1.5 2008/05/02 16:29:11 njt1982
#
#, fuzzy
msgid ""
msgstr ""
"Project-Id-Version: PROJECT VERSION\n"
"POT-Creation-Date: 2007-07-10 02:29-0700\n"
"POT-Creation-Date: 2008-09-17 07:39+0100\n"
"PO-Revision-Date: YYYY-mm-DD HH:MM+ZZZZ\n"
"Last-Translator: NAME <EMAIL@ADDRESS>\n"
"Language-Team: LANGUAGE <EMAIL@ADDRESS>\n"
......@@ -20,63 +19,99 @@ msgstr ""
"Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit\n"
"Plural-Forms: nplurals=INTEGER; plural=EXPRESSION;\n"
#: page_title.install:30
msgid "Page title module installed successfully."
#: page_title.module:21
msgid "Provides control over the &lt;title> element on a page using token patterns and an optional textfield to override the node title."
msgstr ""
#: page_title.install:33
msgid "Table installation for the Page title module was unsuccessful. The tables may need to be installed by hand. See the README.txt file for a list of the installation queries."
#: page_title.module:22
msgid "Below are all the tokens you can use with <strong><em>Page Title</em></strong>:"
msgstr ""
#: page_title.info:0
msgid "Page Title"
#: page_title.module:26
msgid "<p>Drupal's default page title follows one of two patterns:</p>\n <ol>\n <li><strong>Default Page:</strong> <em>page title</em> | <em>site name</em></li>\n <li><strong>Default Frontpage:</strong> <em>site name</em> | <em>site slogan</em></li>\n </ol>\n <p>The <strong>Page Title</strong> module lets you change these defaults in two ways. First, you can adjust the patterns below using the placeholders given. This will change the way the default page titles are created. Second, on every content creation form you can have the option of specifying a title that is different than the title of the node. If a value is provided, this will be used to generate the <code>[page-title]</code> placeholder. If left blank, <code>[page-title]</code> will inherit the node's title.</p>\n <p><code>[page-title]</code> will default to the value returned from <code>drupal_get_title</code> if there is no overriden page title.</p>"
msgstr ""
#: page_title.info:0
msgid "Enhanced control over the page title (in the &lt;head> tag)."
#: page_title.module:35
msgid "To display a <em>Page Title</em> field on a node (just below the <em>Title</em> field), you will need to enable it for the appropriate content types below."
msgstr ""
#: page_title.module:17;49
msgid "Enhanced control over the page title (in the &lt;head&gt; tag)."
#: page_title.module:116
msgid "This is the pattern used in a situation where a pattern is not defined specifically for a content type below."
msgstr ""
#: page_title.module:20
msgid "<p>Adds an extra form element to node creation forms that allows you to specify the page title.</p>\n <p>Allows for better global configuration of the page title.</p>"
#: page_title.module:117
msgid "This is the frontpage pattern."
msgstr ""
#: page_title.module:24
msgid "<p>The default page title follows one of two patterns:\n <ol><li><em>page title</em> | <em>site name</em></li>\n <li><em>site name</em> | <em>site slogan</em></li></ol>\n <p>#1 is the common case where the visitor is viewing a specific page whereas #2 is used at least for the default front page (<em>node</em>).</p>\n <p>The page_title.module lets you change these defaults in two ways. First, you can adjust the patterns below using the placeholders given. This will change the way the default page titles are created. Second, on every node creation form, you can have the option of specifying a title that is different than the title of the node. If a value is provided, this will be used to generate the <code>!page_title</code> placeholder. If left blank, <code>!page_title</code> will be the node's title, as is now the case.</p>"
#: page_title.module:123
msgid "Pattern for %type"
msgstr ""
#: page_title.module:48;85
msgid "Page title"
#: page_title.module:124
msgid "If left blank, will inherit from default settings."
msgstr ""
#: page_title.module:62
msgid "Page title patterns"
#: page_title.module:145
msgid "Content creation forms"
msgstr ""
#: page_title.module:66
msgid "Pattern for individual pages"
#: page_title.module:146
msgid "Display a \"Page title\" field for these content types."
msgstr ""
#: page_title.module:69
msgid "Available placeholders: <code>!page_title</code>, <code>!site_name</code>, <code>!site_slogan</code>."
#: page_title.module:212
msgid "Page title"
msgstr ""
#: page_title.module:73
msgid "Pattern for front page"
#: page_title.module:213
msgid "Optionally specify a different title to appear in the &lt;title&gt; tag of the page."
msgstr ""
#: page_title.module:76
msgid "Available placeholders: <code>!site_name</code>, <code>!site_slogan</code>."
#: page_title.module:358
msgid "The page title."
msgstr ""
#: page_title.module:38
#: page_title.module:46
msgid "set page title"
msgstr ""
#: page_title.module:46
msgid "administer page titles"
msgstr ""
#: page_title.module:57
msgid "Page titles"
msgstr ""
#: page_title.module:58
msgid "Enhanced control over the page titles (in the &lt;head&gt; tag)."
msgstr ""
#: page_title.module:66
msgid "Default settings"
msgstr ""
#: page_title.module:67
msgid "Control the page title settings."
msgstr ""
#: page_title.module:74
msgid "Content type settings"
msgstr ""
#: page_title.module:75
msgid "Control the display of the Page title field."
msgstr ""
#: page_title.module:0
msgid "page_title"
msgstr ""
#: page_title.info:0
msgid "Page Title"
msgstr ""
#: page_title.info:0
msgid "Enhanced control over the page title (in the &lt;head> tag)."
msgstr ""
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