What does "echo t(...)" mean inside the code?2 users found helpful
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What is the t() function that is echoed out?
I've never seen this t() function and in trying to Google it I came up with nothing.
Thanks in advance.
Is this t() function a C5 unique creation or is this a standard PHP function used for such in other places?
I see now why C5 used the t() function inside a PHP construct.
I couldn't understand why C5 just didn't get rid of the PHP construct altogether and just HTML code whatever it was trying to spit out with the t() function until I read your response.