Deprecated plugin hooks in WordPress 3.1

Important! Some WordPress hooks get applied in multiple PHP files. If you are trying to figure out what a specific WordPress hook does, sort the table by "hook" and make sure you are looking in all the files where it occurs.

  • To sort the table, click on a column title.
  • Click a hook name to see details about the hook.
  • Click a file name to see only hooks used in that file.
Hook Type Renamed?
1 author_template filter DEPRECATED
2 category_rewrite_rules filter DEPRECATED
3 category_template filter DEPRECATED
4 comments_popup_template filter DEPRECATED
5 edit_{$taxonomy}_per_page note filter DEPRECATED
6 front_page_template filter DEPRECATED
7 hierarchical_post_types filter DEPRECATED
8 home_template filter DEPRECATED
9 link_cat_row_actions filter DEPRECATED
10 manage_blogs_custom_column action DEPRECATED
11 manage_link_categories_custom_column filter DEPRECATED
12 manage_{$taxonomy}_custom_column note filter DEPRECATED
13 ms_sites_per_page filter DEPRECATED
14 ms_users_per_page filter DEPRECATED
15 page_template filter DEPRECATED
16 password_reset_message filter DEPRECATED
17 password_reset_title filter DEPRECATED
18 plugins_per_page filter DEPRECATED
19 plugin_action_links filter DEPRECATED
20 plugin_action_links_{$plugin_file} note filter DEPRECATED
21 show_adduser_fields filter DEPRECATED
22 single_template filter DEPRECATED
23 tag_template filter DEPRECATED
24 taxonomy_template filter DEPRECATED

Important warning about variable hooks

Some hooks have variables in their names. For example, pre_${taxonomy}_$field and admin_head- both have variable names. In general, any hook that ends (or begins) with - or _, or contains a $, has a variable name. Since the syntax with which these variables are defined may change from version to version, this page may think that a hook is deprecated (or new) even if it is not. You can usually catch this sort of thing by comparing this hook to the list of "related hooks" below.