Source View: customize_controls_print_scripts

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53 $is_ios = wp_is_mobile() && preg_match( '/iPad|iPod|iPhone/', $_SERVER['HTTP_USER_AGENT'] );
54
55 if ( $is_ios )
56      $body_class .= ' ios';
57
58 $admin_title = sprintf( __( '%1$s — WordPress' ), strip_tags( sprintf( __( 'Customize %s' ), $wp_customize->theme()->display('Name') ) ) );
59 ?><title><?php echo $admin_title; ?></title><?php
60
61 do_action( 'customize_controls_print_styles' );
62 do_action( 'customize_controls_print_scripts' );
63 ?>
64 </head>
65 <body class="<?php echo esc_attr( $body_class ); ?>">
66 <div class="wp-full-overlay expanded">
67      <form id="customize-controls" class="wrap wp-full-overlay-sidebar">
68           <?php wp_nonce_field( 'customize_controls-' . $wp_customize->get_stylesheet() ); ?>
69           <div id="customize-header-actions" class="wp-full-overlay-header">
70                <?php
71                     $save_text = $wp_customize->is_theme_active() ? __( 'Save &amp; Publish' ) : __( 'Save &amp; Activate' );