The following works but isn't up to snuff with PHP Code Sniffer WordPress coding standards
<?php esc_html_e( ADDRESS, 'wprig' ); ?>
Linter yells at me with:
[WordPress.WP.I18n.NonSingularStringLiteralText] The $text arg must be a single string literal, not "ADDRESS".
The following, for aforementioned error, also don't work:
<?php esc_html_e( (string)ADDRESS, 'wprig' ); ?> <?php esc_html_e( strval(ADDRESS), 'wprig' ); ?> <?php esc_attr_e( ADDRESS, 'wprig' ); ?>
I know constants can be exploited so it is needed. Any way to make this work besides
//phpcs:ignore, or is this not good practice and I should redo my use of constants?