Source View: comment_post

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  • Action hooks look like this: do_action( "hook_name" )
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974      $commentdata['comment_date']     = current_time('mysql');
975      $commentdata['comment_date_gmt'] = current_time('mysql', 1);
976
977      $commentdata = wp_filter_comment($commentdata);
978
979      $commentdata['comment_approved'] = wp_allow_comment($commentdata);
980
981      $comment_ID = wp_insert_comment($commentdata);
982
983      do_action('comment_post', $comment_ID, $commentdata['comment_approved']);
984
985      if ( 'spam' !== $commentdata['comment_approved'] ) { // If it's spam save it silently for later crunching
986           if ( '0' == $commentdata['comment_approved'] )
987                wp_notify_moderator($comment_ID);
988
989           $post = &get_post($commentdata['comment_post_ID']); // Don't notify if it's your own comment
990
991           if ( get_option('comments_notify') && $commentdata['comment_approved'] && $post->post_author != $commentdata['user_ID'] )
992                wp_notify_postauthor($comment_ID, $commentdata['comment_type']);