Source View: redirect_user_admin_request

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12 require_once( dirname(dirname(__FILE__)) . '/admin.php');
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14 if ( ! is_multisite() ) {
15      wp_redirect( admin_url() );
16      exit;
17 }
18
19 $redirect_user_admin_request = ( ( $current_blog->domain != $current_site->domain ) || ( $current_blog->path != $current_site->path ) );
20 $redirect_user_admin_request = apply_filters( 'redirect_user_admin_request', $redirect_user_admin_request );
21 if ( $redirect_user_admin_request ) {
22      wp_redirect( user_admin_url() );
23      exit;
24 }
25 unset( $redirect_user_admin_request );
26
27 ?>
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