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1 </div><!-- wpbody -->
2 </div><!-- wpcontent -->
3 </div><!-- wpwrap -->
4 <div id="footer">
5 <p><?php
6 do_action('in_admin_footer', '');
7 $upgrade = apply_filters( 'update_footer', '' );
8 echo __('Thank you for creating with <a href="">WordPress</a>').' | '.__('<a href="">Documentation</a>').' | '.__('<a href="">Feedback</a>').' '.$upgrade;
9 ?></p>
10 </div>
11 <?php do_action('admin_footer', ''); ?>
12 <script type="text/javascript">if(typeof wpOnload=='function')wpOnload();</script>
13 </body>
14 </html>