Source View: wp_user_dashboard_setup

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112      }
113      wp_add_dashboard_widget( 'dashboard_secondary', $widget_options['dashboard_secondary']['title'], 'wp_dashboard_secondary', 'wp_dashboard_secondary_control' );
114
115      // Hook to register new widgets
116      // Filter widget order
117      if ( is_network_admin() ) {
118           do_action( 'wp_network_dashboard_setup' );
119           $dashboard_widgets = apply_filters( 'wp_network_dashboard_widgets', array() );
120      } elseif ( is_user_admin() ) {
121           do_action( 'wp_user_dashboard_setup' );
122           $dashboard_widgets = apply_filters( 'wp_user_dashboard_widgets', array() );
123      } else {
124           do_action( 'wp_dashboard_setup' );
125           $dashboard_widgets = apply_filters( 'wp_dashboard_widgets', array() );
126      }
127
128      foreach ( $dashboard_widgets as $widget_id ) {
129           $name = empty( $wp_registered_widgets[$widget_id]['all_link'] ) ? $wp_registered_widgets[$widget_id]['name'] : $wp_registered_widgets[$widget_id]['name'] . " <a href='{$wp_registered_widgets[$widget_id]['all_link']}' class='edit-box open-box'>" . __('View all') . '</a>';
130           wp_add_dashboard_widget( $widget_id, $name, $wp_registered_widgets[$widget_id]['callback'], $wp_registered_widget_controls[$widget_id]['callback'] );