Source View: network_admin_menu

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84           unset($submenu[$old_parent], $index);
85
86           if ( isset($_wp_submenu_nopriv[$old_parent]) )
87                $_wp_submenu_nopriv[$new_parent] = $_wp_submenu_nopriv[$old_parent];
88      }
89 }
90 unset($id, $data, $subs, $first_sub, $old_parent, $new_parent);
91
92 if ( is_network_admin() )
93      do_action('network_admin_menu', '');
94 elseif ( is_user_admin() )
95      do_action('user_admin_menu', '');
96 else
97      do_action('admin_menu', '');
98
99 // Remove menus that have no accessible submenus and require privs that the user does not have.
100 // Run re-parent loop again.
101 foreach ( $menu as $id => $data ) {
102      if ( ! current_user_can($data[1]) )