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1070            *                                       containing the widget object. Fired on the back-end, $callback
1071            *                                       is 'wp_widget_control', see $_callback.
1072            *     @type array          $params      An associative array of multi-widget arguments.
1073            *     @type string         $classname   CSS class applied to the widget container.
1074            *     @type string         $description The widget description.
1075            *     @type array          $_callback   When the hook is fired on the back-end, $_callback is populated
1076            *                                       with an array containing the widget object, see $callback.
1077            * }
1078            */
1079           do_action( 'dynamic_sidebar', $wp_registered_widgets[ $id ] );
1081           if ( is_callable($callback) ) {
1082                call_user_func_array($callback, $params);
1083                $did_one = true;
1084           }
1085      }
1087      /**
1088       * Fires after widgets are rendered in a dynamic sidebar.