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Changeset 33100


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Timestamp:
07/07/2015 12:01:31 AM (4 years ago)
Author:
jeremyfelt
Message:

Assign proper active class when showing plugin updates in network admin

Previously, a plugin would trigger an active class if it was active on the network's main site.

Fixes #32901.

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  • trunk/src/wp-admin/includes/update.php

    r32784 r33100  
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    317317    if ( is_network_admin() || !is_multisite() ) {
    318         $active_class = is_plugin_active( $file ) ? ' active' : '';
     318        if ( is_network_admin() ) {
     319            $active_class = is_plugin_active_for_network( $file ) ? ' active': '';
     320        } else {
     321            $active_class = is_plugin_active( $file ) ? ' active' : '';
     322        }
     323
    319324        echo '<tr class="plugin-update-tr' . $active_class . '" id="' . esc_attr( $r->slug . '-update' ) . '" data-slug="' . esc_attr( $r->slug ) . '" data-plugin="' . esc_attr( $file ) . '"><td colspan="' . esc_attr( $wp_list_table->get_column_count() ) . '" class="plugin-update colspanchange"><div class="update-message">';
    320325
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