Source View: media_upload_mime_type_links

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1989
1990      if ( !wp_match_mime_types($mime_type, $avail_post_mime_types) )
1991           continue;
1992
1993      if ( isset($_GET['post_mime_type']) && wp_match_mime_types($mime_type, $_GET['post_mime_type']) )
1994           $class = ' class="current"';
1995
1996      $type_links[] = "<li><a href='" . esc_url(add_query_arg(array('post_mime_type'=>$mime_type, 'paged'=>false))) . "'$class>" . sprintf( translate_nooped_plural( $label[2], $num_posts[$mime_type] ), "<span id='$mime_type-counter'>" . number_format_i18n( $num_posts[$mime_type] ) . '</span>') . '</a>';
1997 }
1998 echo implode(' | </li>', apply_filters( 'media_upload_mime_type_links', $type_links ) ) . '</li>';
1999 unset($type_links);
2000 ?>
2001 </ul>
2002
2003 <div class="tablenav">
2004
2005 <?php
2006 $page_links = paginate_links( array(
2007      'base' => add_query_arg( 'paged', '%#%' ),