Source View: delete_user_form

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256      </ul></fieldset>
257      <?php
258      /**
259       * Fires at the end of the delete users form prior to the confirm button.
260       *
261       * @since 4.0.0
262       *
263       * @param WP_User $current_user WP_User object for the user being deleted.
264       */
265      do_action( 'delete_user_form', $current_user );
266      ?>
267      <input type="hidden" name="action" value="dodelete" />
268      <?php submit_button( __('Confirm Deletion'), 'secondary' ); ?>
269 <?php else : ?>
270      <p><?php _e('There are no valid users selected for deletion.'); ?></p>
271 <?php endif; ?>
272 </div>
273 </form>
274 <?php