Source View: comment_post

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Understanding Source Code

The best way to understand what a hook does is to look at where it occurs in the source code.

  • Action hooks look like this: do_action( "hook_name" )
  • Filter hooks look like this: apply_filters( "hook_name", "what_to_filter" ).

Remember, this hook may occur in more than one file. Moreover, the hook's context may change from version to version.

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1718      /**
1719       * Fires immediately after a comment is inserted into the database.
1720       *
1721       * @since 1.2.0
1722       *
1723       * @param int $comment_ID       The comment ID.
1724       * @param int $comment_approved 1 (true) if the comment is approved, 0 (false) if not.
1725       */
1726      do_action( 'comment_post', $comment_ID, $commentdata['comment_approved'] );
1727
1728      if ( 'spam' !== $commentdata['comment_approved'] ) { // If it's spam save it silently for later crunching
1729           if ( '0' == $commentdata['comment_approved'] ) {
1730                wp_notify_moderator( $comment_ID );
1731           }
1732
1733           // wp_notify_postauthor() checks if notifying the author of their own comment.
1734           // By default, it won't, but filters can override this.
1735           if ( get_option( 'comments_notify' ) && $commentdata['comment_approved'] ) {