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wp_is_large_network() WP 3.3.0

Whether or not we have a large network.

The default criteria for a large network is either more than 10,000 users or more than 10,000 sites. Plugins can alter this criteria using the 'wp_is_large_network' filter.

  • Since 4.8.0 The $network_id parameter has been added.
Hooks in function
Return

true/false. True if the network meets the criteria for large. False otherwise.

Usage

wp_is_large_network( $using, $network_id );
$using(string)
'sites or 'users'.
Default: 'sites'
$network_id(int/null)
ID of the network.
Default: current network

Code of wp is large network: wp-includes/ms-functions.php VER 5.0.3

<?php
function wp_is_large_network( $using = 'sites', $network_id = null ) {
	$network_id = (int) $network_id;
	if ( ! $network_id ) {
		$network_id = get_current_network_id();
	}

	if ( 'users' == $using ) {
		$count = get_user_count( $network_id );
		/**
		 * Filters whether the network is considered large.
		 *
		 * @since 3.3.0
		 * @since 4.8.0 The $network_id parameter has been added.
		 *
		 * @param bool   $is_large_network Whether the network has more than 10000 users or sites.
		 * @param string $component        The component to count. Accepts 'users', or 'sites'.
		 * @param int    $count            The count of items for the component.
		 * @param int    $network_id       The ID of the network being checked.
		 */
		return apply_filters( 'wp_is_large_network', $count > 10000, 'users', $count, $network_id );
	}

	$count = get_blog_count( $network_id );
	/** This filter is documented in wp-includes/ms-functions.php */
	return apply_filters( 'wp_is_large_network', $count > 10000, 'sites', $count, $network_id );
}