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wp_print_update_row_templates() WP 4.6.0

Prints the JavaScript templates for update and deletion rows in list tables.

The update template takes one argument with four values:

param {object} data {
	Arguments for the update row

@type string slug Plugin slug. @type string plugin Plugin base name. @type string colspan The number of table columns this row spans. @type string content The row content. }

The delete template takes one argument with four values:

param {object} data {
	Arguments for the update row

@type string slug Plugin slug. @type string plugin Plugin base name. @type string name Plugin name. @type string colspan The number of table columns this row spans. }

No Hooks.

Return

Nothing (null).

Usage

wp_print_update_row_templates();

Code of wp print update row templates: wp-admin/includes/update.php VER 5.0.3

<?php
function wp_print_update_row_templates() {
	?>
	<script id="tmpl-item-update-row" type="text/template">
		<tr class="plugin-update-tr update" id="{{ data.slug }}-update" data-slug="{{ data.slug }}" <# if ( data.plugin ) { #>data-plugin="{{ data.plugin }}"<# } #>>
			<td colspan="{{ data.colspan }}" class="plugin-update colspanchange">
				{{{ data.content }}}
			</td>
		</tr>
	</script>
	<script id="tmpl-item-deleted-row" type="text/template">
		<tr class="plugin-deleted-tr inactive deleted" id="{{ data.slug }}-deleted" data-slug="{{ data.slug }}" <# if ( data.plugin ) { #>data-plugin="{{ data.plugin }}"<# } #>>
			<td colspan="{{ data.colspan }}" class="plugin-update colspanchange">
				<# if ( data.plugin ) { #>
					<?php
					printf(
						/* translators: %s: Plugin name */
						_x( '%s was successfully deleted.', 'plugin' ),
						'<strong>{{{ data.name }}}</strong>'
					);
					?>
				<# } else { #>
					<?php
					printf(
						/* translators: %s: Theme name */
						_x( '%s was successfully deleted.', 'theme' ),
						'<strong>{{{ data.name }}}</strong>'
					);
					?>
				<# } #>
			</td>
		</tr>
	</script>
	<?php
}