WP_Terms_List_Table::display_rows_or_placeholder()


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File: wp-admin/includes/class-wp-terms-list-table.php

	public function display_rows_or_placeholder() {
		$taxonomy = $this->screen->taxonomy;

		$args = wp_parse_args(
			$this->callback_args,
			array(
				'taxonomy'   => $taxonomy,
				'page'       => 1,
				'number'     => 20,
				'search'     => '',
				'hide_empty' => 0,
			)
		);

		$page = $args['page'];

		// Set variable because $args['number'] can be subsequently overridden.
		$number = $args['number'];

		$offset         = ( $page - 1 ) * $number;
		$args['offset'] = $offset;

		// Convert it to table rows.
		$count = 0;

		if ( is_taxonomy_hierarchical( $taxonomy ) && ! isset( $args['orderby'] ) ) {
			// We'll need the full set of terms then.
			$args['number'] = 0;
			$args['offset'] = $args['number'];
		}

		$terms = get_terms( $args );

		if ( empty( $terms ) || ! is_array( $terms ) ) {
			echo '<tr class="no-items"><td class="colspanchange" colspan="' . $this->get_column_count() . '">';
			$this->no_items();
			echo '</td></tr>';
			return;
		}

		if ( is_taxonomy_hierarchical( $taxonomy ) && ! isset( $args['orderby'] ) ) {
			if ( ! empty( $args['search'] ) ) {// Ignore children on searches.
				$children = array();
			} else {
				$children = _get_term_hierarchy( $taxonomy );
			}
			// Some funky recursion to get the job done( Paging & parents mainly ) is contained within, Skip it for non-hierarchical taxonomies for performance sake
			$this->_rows( $taxonomy, $terms, $children, $offset, $number, $count );
		} else {
			foreach ( $terms as $term ) {
				$this->single_row( $term );
			}
		}
	}


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