Source View: wp_get_nav_menu_items

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608      /**
609       * Filter the navigation menu items being returned.
610       *
611       * @since 3.0.0
612       *
613       * @param array  $items An array of menu item post objects.
614       * @param object $menu  The menu object.
615       * @param array  $args  An array of arguments used to retrieve menu item objects.
616       */
617      return apply_filters( 'wp_get_nav_menu_items',  $items, $menu, $args );
618 }
619
620 /**
621  * Decorates a menu item object with the shared navigation menu item properties.
622  *
623  * Properties:
624  * - db_id:           The DB ID of this item as a nav_menu_item object, if it exists (0 if it doesn't exist).
625  * - object_id:          The DB ID of the original object this menu item represents, e.g. ID for posts and term_id for categories.
626  * - type:          The family of objects originally represented, such as "post_type" or "taxonomy."