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Timestamp:
05/02/2016 03:59:56 AM (5 years ago)
Author:
DrewAPicture
Message:

Docs: Remove inline @see tags from function, class, and method references in inline docs.

Known functions, classes, and methods are now auto-linked in Code Reference pages following #meta1483.

Note: Hook references are still linked via inline @see tags due to the unlikelihood of reliably matching for known hooks based on a RegEx pattern.

See #32246.

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  • trunk/src/wp-includes/load.php

    r36571 r37342  
    658658 * Whether the current request is for an administrative interface page.
    659659 *
    660  * Does not check if the user is an administrator; {@see current_user_can()}
     660 * Does not check if the user is an administrator; current_user_can()
    661661 * for checking roles and capabilities.
    662662 *
     
    681681 * e.g. `/wp-admin/`
    682682 *
    683  * Does not check if the user is an administrator; {@see current_user_can()}
     683 * Does not check if the user is an administrator; current_user_can()
    684684 * for checking roles and capabilities.
    685685 *
     
    704704 * e.g. `/wp-admin/network/`
    705705 *
    706  * Does not check if the user is an administrator; {@see current_user_can()}
     706 * Does not check if the user is an administrator; current_user_can()
    707707 * for checking roles and capabilities.
    708708 *
     
    729729 * Does not inform on whether the user is an admin! Use capability
    730730 * checks to tell if the user should be accessing a section or not
    731  * {@see current_user_can()}.
     731 * current_user_can().
    732732 *
    733733 * @since 3.1.0
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