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269
270      // convert it to table rows
271      $out = '';
272      $class = '';
273      $count = 0;
274      foreach( $tags as $tag )
275           $out .= _tag_row( $tag, ++$count % 2 ? ' class="alternate"' : '' );
276
277      // filter and send to screen
278      $out = apply_filters('tag_rows', $out);
279      echo $out;
280      return $count;
281 }
282
283 // define the columns to display, the syntax is 'internal name' => 'display name'
284 function wp_manage_posts_columns() {
285      $posts_columns = array();
286      $posts_columns['cb'] = '<input type="checkbox" onclick="checkAll(document.getElementById(\'posts-filter\'));" />';
287      if ( 'draft' === $_GET['post_status'] )