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Renders an admin notice when a plugin was deactivated during an update.
Adds an array of options to the list of allowed options.
Removes a list of options from the allowed options list.
Gets the error that was recorded for a paused plugin.
Tries to resume a single plugin.
Renders an admin notice in case some plugins have been paused due to errors.
Determines whether a plugin is technically active but was paused while loading.
Validates the plugin requirements for WordPress version and PHP version.
Filters the array of excluded directories and files while scanning the folder.
Fires in uninstall_plugin() immediately before the plugin is uninstalled.
Fires immediately before a plugin deletion attempt.
Fires immediately after a plugin deletion attempt.
Gets the title of the current admin page.
Gets the hook attached to the administrative page of a plugin.
Gets the hook name for the administrative page of a plugin.
Determines whether the current user can access the current admin page.
Refreshes the value of the allowed options list available via the ‘allowed_options’ hook.
Outputs nonce, action, and option_page fields for a settings page.
Clears the plugins cache used by get_plugins() and by default, the plugin updates cache.
Removes a top-level admin menu.
Removes an admin submenu.
Gets the URL to access a particular menu page based on the slug it was registered with.
Gets the parent file of the current admin page.
Adds a submenu page to the Users/Profile main menu.
Validates the plugin path.
Adds a submenu page to the Dashboard main menu.
Determines whether the plugin can be uninstalled.
Adds a submenu page to the Posts main menu.
Uninstalls a single plugin.