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1384                'title'        => apply_filters( 'dashboard_secondary_title', __( 'Other WordPress News' ) ),
1385
1386                /**
1387                 * Filters the number of secondary link items for the 'WordPress Events and News' dashboard widget.
1388                 *
1389                 * @since 4.4.0
1390                 *
1391                 * @param string $items How many items to show in the secondary feed.
1392                 */
1393                'items'        => apply_filters( 'dashboard_secondary_items', 3 ),
1394                'show_summary' => 0,
1395                'show_author'  => 0,
1396                'show_date'    => 0,
1397           ),
1398      );
1399
1400      wp_dashboard_cached_rss_widget( 'dashboard_primary', 'wp_dashboard_primary_output', $feeds );
1401 }
1402