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760      $templates = array();
761
762      if ( $tag_name )
763           $templates[] = "tag-$tag_name.php";
764      if ( $tag_id )
765           $templates[] = "tag-$tag_id.php";
766      $templates[] = "tag.php";
767
768      $template = locate_template($templates);
769      return apply_filters('tag_template', $template);
770 }
771
772 /**
773  * Retrieve path of taxonomy template in current or parent template.
774  *
775  * Retrieves the taxonomy and term, if term is available. The template is
776  * prepended with 'taxonomy-' and followed by both the taxonomy string and
777  * the taxonomy string followed by a dash and then followed by the term.
778  *