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257                /**
258                 * Filter the install action links for a plugin.
259                 *
260                 * @since 2.7.0
261                 *
262                 * @param array $action_links An array of plugin action hyperlinks. Defaults are links to Details and Install Now.
263                 * @param array $plugin       The plugin currently being listed.
264                 */
265                $action_links = apply_filters( 'plugin_install_action_links', $action_links, $plugin );
266           ?>
267           <tr>
268                <td class="name column-name"<?php echo $style['name']; ?>><strong><?php echo $title; ?></strong>
269                     <div class="action-links"><?php if ( !empty( $action_links ) ) echo implode( ' | ', $action_links ); ?></div>
270                </td>
271                <td class="vers column-version"<?php echo $style['version']; ?>><?php echo $version; ?></td>
272                <td class="vers column-rating"<?php echo $style['rating']; ?>>
273                     <?php wp_star_rating( array( 'rating' => $plugin['rating'], 'type' => 'percent', 'number' => $plugin['num_ratings'] ) ); ?>
274                </td>