Source View: wpmu_active_signup

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808
809 /**
810  * Filters the type of site sign-up.
811  *
812  * @since 3.0.0
813  *
814  * @param string $active_signup String that returns registration type. The value can be
815  *                              'all', 'none', 'blog', or 'user'.
816  */
817 $active_signup = apply_filters( 'wpmu_active_signup', $active_signup );
818
819 // Make the signup type translatable.
820 $i18n_signup['all'] = _x('all', 'Multisite active signup type');
821 $i18n_signup['none'] = _x('none', 'Multisite active signup type');
822 $i18n_signup['blog'] = _x('blog', 'Multisite active signup type');
823 $i18n_signup['user'] = _x('user', 'Multisite active signup type');
824
825 if ( is_super_admin() ) {
826      /* translators: 1: type of site sign-up; 2: network settings URL */