Source View: widget_display_callback

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352                 *
353                 * Returning false will effectively short-circuit display of the widget.
354                 *
355                 * @since 2.8.0
356                 *
357                 * @param array     $instance The current widget instance's settings.
358                 * @param WP_Widget $this     The current widget instance.
359                 * @param array     $args     An array of default widget arguments.
360                 */
361                $instance = apply_filters( 'widget_display_callback', $instance, $this, $args );
362
363                if ( false === $instance ) {
364                     return;
365                }
366
367                $was_cache_addition_suspended = wp_suspend_cache_addition();
368                if ( $this->is_preview() && ! $was_cache_addition_suspended ) {
369                     wp_suspend_cache_addition( true );
370                }