Source View: set_url_scheme

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2218           else
2219                $scheme = ( is_ssl() ? 'https' : 'http' );
2220      }
2221
2222      if ( 'relative' == $scheme )
2223           $url = preg_replace( '#^.+://[^/]*#', '', $url );
2224      else
2225           $url = preg_replace( '#^.+://#', $scheme . '://', $url );
2226
2227      return apply_filters( 'set_url_scheme', $url, $scheme, $orig_scheme );
2228 }
2229
2230 /**
2231  * Get the URL to the user's dashboard.
2232  *
2233  * If a user does not belong to any site, the global user dashboard is used. If the user belongs to the current site,
2234  * the dashboard for the current site is returned. If the user cannot edit the current site, the dashboard to the user's
2235  * primary blog is returned.
2236  *