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Hooks in wp-login.php

WP version: 2.8

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Hook Type New? File
1 allow_password_reset filter no wp-login.php
2 login_errors filter no wp-login.php
3 login_form action no wp-login.php
4 login_form_{$action} note action YES wp-login.php
5 login_head action no wp-login.php
6 login_headertitle filter no wp-login.php
7 login_headerurl filter no wp-login.php
8 login_message filter no wp-login.php
9 login_messages filter no wp-login.php
10 login_redirect filter no wp-login.php
11 lostpassword_form action no wp-login.php
12 lostpassword_post action no wp-login.php
13 lost_password action no wp-login.php
14 password_reset action no wp-login.php
15 password_reset_message filter YES wp-login.php
16 password_reset_title filter YES wp-login.php
17 register_form action no wp-login.php
18 register_post action no wp-login.php
19 registration_errors filter no wp-login.php
20 retreive_password action no wp-login.php
21 retrieve_password action no wp-login.php
22 retrieve_password_key action no wp-login.php
23 retrieve_password_message filter YES wp-login.php
24 retrieve_password_title filter YES wp-login.php
25 user_registration_email filter no wp-login.php

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