Source View: wpmu_validate_blog_signup

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700       *
701       *     @type string   $domain     Domain for the site.
702       *     @type string   $path       Path for the site. Used in subdirectory installs.
703       *     @type string   $blogname   The unique site name (slug).
704       *     @type string   $blog_title Blog title.
705       *     @type string   $user       User email address.
706       *     @type WP_Error $errors     WP_Error containing any errors found.
707       * }
708       */
709      return apply_filters( 'wpmu_validate_blog_signup', $result );
710 }
711
712 /**
713  * Record site signup information for future activation.
714  *
715  * @since MU
716  * @uses wpmu_signup_blog_notification()
717  *
718  * @param string $domain The requested domain.