Source View: show_user_profile

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649           /**
650            * Fires after the 'About Yourself' settings table on the 'Your Profile' editing screen.
651            *
652            * The action only fires if the current user is editing their own profile.
653            *
654            * @since 2.0.0
655            *
656            * @param WP_User $profileuser The current WP_User object.
657            */
658           do_action( 'show_user_profile', $profileuser );
659      } else {
660           /**
661            * Fires after the 'About the User' settings table on the 'Edit User' screen.
662            *
663            * @since 2.0.0
664            *
665            * @param WP_User $profileuser The current WP_User object.
666            */
667           do_action( 'edit_user_profile', $profileuser );