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{$args}

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WordPress version history for {$args}

This database has information for all major versions from WP 1.2.1 through 5.1.

Version File Line Type
4.7 wp-includes/class-wp-hook.php 321 View in context action
4.7 wp-includes/plugin.php 453 View in context action
4.7 wp-includes/plugin.php 515 View in context action
4.8 wp-includes/class-wp-hook.php 321 View in context action
4.8 wp-includes/plugin.php 453 View in context action
4.8 wp-includes/plugin.php 515 View in context action
4.9 wp-includes/class-wp-hook.php 308 View in context action
4.9 wp-includes/plugin.php 453 View in context action
4.9 wp-includes/plugin.php 515 View in context action
5.0 wp-includes/class-wp-hook.php 308 View in context action
5.0 wp-includes/plugin.php 453 View in context action
5.0 wp-includes/plugin.php 515 View in context action
5.1 wp-includes/class-wp-hook.php 308 View in context action
5.1 wp-includes/plugin.php 465 View in context action
5.1 wp-includes/plugin.php 531 View in context action

Related Hooks

We find related hooks using word stems. {$args} has 1 significant word stem(s): args. Note that some of the hooks below may not appear in all versions of WP.