lostpassword_post

lostpassword_post

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Displaying hooks found in version: wordpress-6.5.3

do_action('lostpassword_post') is found 1 times:

  • /wp-includes/user.php line 3112
    	 * @param WP_Error      $errors    A WP_Error object containing any errors generated
    	 *                                 by using invalid credentials.
    	 * @param WP_User|false $user_data WP_User object if found, false if the user does not exist.
    	 */
    	do_action( 'lostpassword_post', $errors, $user_data );
    
    	/**
    	 * Filters the errors encountered on a password reset request.
    	 *
    	 * The filtered WP_Error object may, for example, contain errors for an invalid
    	 * username or email address. A WP_Error object should always be returned,
    

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