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578  *
579  * Most of WP is loaded at this stage, and the user is authenticated. WP continues
580  * to load on the {@see 'init'} hook that follows (e.g. widgets), and many plugins instantiate
581  * themselves on it for all sorts of reasons (e.g. they need a user, a taxonomy, etc.).
582  *
583  * If you wish to plug an action once WP is loaded, use the {@see 'wp_loaded'} hook below.
584  *
585  * @since 1.5.0
586  */
587 do_action( 'init' );
589 // Check site status.
590 if ( is_multisite() ) {
591      $file = ms_site_check();
592      if ( true !== $file ) {
593           require $file;
594           die();
595      }
596      unset( $file );