Source View: signup_blog_init

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644       *     An array of default site creation variables.
645       *
646       *     @type string   $user_name  The user username.
647       *     @type string   $user_email The user email address.
648       *     @type string   $blogname   The blogname.
649       *     @type string   $blog_title The title of the site.
650       *     @type WP_Error $errors     A WP_Error object with possible errors relevant to new site creation variables.
651       * }
652       */
653      $filtered_results = apply_filters( 'signup_blog_init', $signup_blog_defaults );
654
655      $user_name = $filtered_results['user_name'];
656      $user_email = $filtered_results['user_email'];
657      $blogname = $filtered_results['blogname'];
658      $blog_title = $filtered_results['blog_title'];
659      $errors = $filtered_results['errors'];
660
661      if ( empty($blogname) )
662           $blogname = $user_name;