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Hooks in wp-admin/edit-tags.php

WP version: 4.5

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Hook Type New? File
1 the_category filter no wp-admin/edit-tags.php
2 taxonomy_parent_dropdown_args filter no wp-admin/edit-tags.php
3 after-{$taxonomy}-table note action no wp-admin/edit-tags.php
4 add_category_form_pre action no wp-admin/edit-tags.php
5 add_link_category_form_pre action no wp-admin/edit-tags.php
6 add_tag_form_pre action no wp-admin/edit-tags.php
7 {$taxonomy}_pre_add_form note action no wp-admin/edit-tags.php
8 {$taxonomy}_term_new_form_tag note action no wp-admin/edit-tags.php
9 add_tag_form_fields action no wp-admin/edit-tags.php
10 {$taxonomy}_add_form_fields note action no wp-admin/edit-tags.php
11 edit_category_form action no wp-admin/edit-tags.php
12 edit_link_category_form action no wp-admin/edit-tags.php
13 add_tag_form action no wp-admin/edit-tags.php
14 {$taxonomy}_add_form note action no wp-admin/edit-tags.php

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