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confirm_blog_signup() WP 3.0.0

New site signup confirmation

Hooks from the function
Return

Null. Nothing.

Usage

confirm_blog_signup( $domain, $path, $blog_title, $user_name, $user_email, $meta );
$domain(string) (required)
The domain URL
$path(string) (required)
The site root path
$blog_title(string) (required)
The new site title
$user_name(string)
The user's username
Default: ''
$user_email(string)
The user's email address
Default: ''
$meta(array)
Any additional meta from the 'add_signup_meta' filter in validate_blog_signup()
Default: array()

Changelog

Since 3.0.0 Introduced.

Code of confirm blog signup: wp-signup.php WP 5.2.2

<?php
function confirm_blog_signup( $domain, $path, $blog_title, $user_name = '', $user_email = '', $meta = array() ) {
	?>
	<h2>
	<?php
	/* translators: %s: site address */
	printf( __( 'Congratulations! Your new site, %s, is almost ready.' ), "<a href='http://{$domain}{$path}'>{$blog_title}</a>" )
	?>
	</h2>

	<p><?php _e( 'But, before you can start using your site, <strong>you must activate it</strong>.' ); ?></p>
	<p>
	<?php
	/* translators: %s: email address */
	printf( __( 'Check your inbox at %s and click the link given.' ), '<strong>' . $user_email . '</strong>' );
	?>
	</p>
	<p><?php _e( 'If you do not activate your site within two days, you will have to sign up again.' ); ?></p>
	<h2><?php _e( 'Still waiting for your email?' ); ?></h2>
	<p>
		<?php _e( 'If you haven&#8217;t received your email yet, there are a number of things you can do:' ); ?>
		<ul id="noemail-tips">
			<li><p><strong><?php _e( 'Wait a little longer. Sometimes delivery of email can be delayed by processes outside of our control.' ); ?></strong></p></li>
			<li><p><?php _e( 'Check the junk or spam folder of your email client. Sometime emails wind up there by mistake.' ); ?></p></li>
			<li>
			<?php
				/* translators: %s: email address */
				printf( __( 'Have you entered your email correctly? You have entered %s, if it&#8217;s incorrect, you will not receive your email.' ), $user_email );
			?>
			</li>
		</ul>
	</p>
	<?php
	/** This action is documented in wp-signup.php */
	do_action( 'signup_finished' );
}