Source View: wp_default_scripts

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38      public function init() {
39           /**
40            * Fires when the WP_Scripts instance is initialized.
41            *
42            * @since 2.6.0
43            *
44            * @param WP_Scripts &$this WP_Scripts instance, passed by reference.
45            */
46           do_action_ref_array( 'wp_default_scripts', array(&$this) );
47      }
48
49      /**
50       * Prints scripts
51       *
52       * Prints the scripts passed to it or the print queue. Also prints all necessary dependencies.
53       *
54       * @param mixed $handles (optional) Scripts to be printed. (void) prints queue, (string) prints that script, (array of strings) prints those scripts.
55       * @param int $group (optional) If scripts were queued in groups prints this group number.