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Hooks in wp-includes/user.php

WP version: 2.9

Important! Some hooks get applied in multiple files. If you are trying to figure out what a specific hook does, you need to look in all the files that apply the hook. Click the "details" link next to any hook for more information.

Hook Type New? File
1 added_usermeta action YES wp-includes/user.php
2 deleted_usermeta action YES wp-includes/user.php
3 delete_usermeta action YES wp-includes/user.php
4 edit_user_{$field} note filter YES wp-includes/user.php
5 edit_{$field} note filter no wp-includes/user.php
6 get_usernumposts filter no wp-includes/user.php
7 get_user_option_{$option} note filter no wp-includes/user.php
8 pre_user_{$field} note filter YES wp-includes/user.php
9 pre_{$field} note filter no wp-includes/user.php
10 updated_usermeta action YES wp-includes/user.php
11 update_usermeta action YES wp-includes/user.php
12 user_{$field} note filter YES wp-includes/user.php
13 wp_authenticate action no wp-includes/user.php
14 wp_authenticate_user filter no wp-includes/user.php
15 wp_dropdown_users filter no wp-includes/user.php
16 wp_login action no wp-includes/user.php
17 {$field} note filter no wp-includes/user.php

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