Source View: after_delete_post

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2702      /**
2703       * Fires after a post is deleted, at the conclusion of wp_delete_post().
2704       *
2705       * @since 3.2.0
2706       *
2707       * @see wp_delete_post()
2708       *
2709       * @param int $postid Post ID.
2710       */
2711      do_action( 'after_delete_post', $postid );
2712
2713      return $post;
2714 }
2715
2716 /**
2717  * Reset the page_on_front, show_on_front, and page_for_post settings when
2718  * a linked page is deleted or trashed.
2719  *
2720  * Also ensures the post is no longer sticky.