Source View: wpmu_active_signup

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367      <?php
368      do_action( 'signup_finished' );
369 }
370
371 // Main
372 $active_signup = get_site_option( 'registration' );
373 if ( !$active_signup )
374      $active_signup = 'all';
375
376 $active_signup = apply_filters( 'wpmu_active_signup', $active_signup ); // return "all", "none", "blog" or "user"
377
378 // Make the signup type translatable.
379 $i18n_signup['all'] = _x('all', 'Multisite active signup type');
380 $i18n_signup['none'] = _x('none', 'Multisite active signup type');
381 $i18n_signup['blog'] = _x('blog', 'Multisite active signup type');
382 $i18n_signup['user'] = _x('user', 'Multisite active signup type');
383
384 if ( is_super_admin() )
385      echo '<div class="mu_alert">' . sprintf( __( 'Greetings Site Administrator! You are currently allowing &#8220;%s&#8221; registrations. To change or disable registration go to your <a href="%s">Options page</a>.' ), $i18n_signup[$active_signup], esc_url( network_admin_url( 'settings.php' ) ) ) . '</div>';