Source View: comment_loop_start

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3332
3333           $comment = $this->next_comment();
3334
3335           if ( $this->current_comment == 0 ) {
3336                /**
3337                 * Fires once the comment loop is started.
3338                 *
3339                 * @since 2.2.0
3340                 */
3341                do_action( 'comment_loop_start' );
3342           }
3343      }
3344
3345      /**
3346       * Whether there are more comments available.
3347       *
3348       * Automatically rewinds comments when finished.
3349       *
3350       * @since 2.2.0