admin_notice_feed

Definition:
function admin_notice_feed() {}

Source code

function admin_notice_feed() {

	global $current_screen;

	if ( $current_screen->id != 'dashboard' )

		return;



	if ( !empty( $_GET['feed_dismiss'] ) ) {

		update_user_option( get_current_user_id(), 'admin_feed_dismiss', $_GET['feed_dismiss'], true );

		return;

	}



	$url = get_site_option( 'admin_notice_feed' );

	if ( empty( $url ) )

		return;



	$rss = fetch_feed( $url );

	if ( ! is_wp_error( $rss ) && $item = $rss->get_item() ) {

		$title = $item->get_title();

		if ( md5( $title ) == get_user_option( 'admin_feed_dismiss' ) )

			return;

		$msg = "<h3>" . esc_html( $title ) . "</h3>\n";

		$content = $item->get_description();

		$content = $content ? wp_html_excerpt( $content, 200 ) . ' &hellip; ' : '';

		$link = esc_url( strip_tags( $item->get_link() ) );

		$msg .= "<p>" . $content . "<a href='$link'>" . __( 'Read More' ) . "</a> <a href='index.php?feed_dismiss=" . md5( $title ) . "'>" . __( 'Dismiss' ) . "</a></p>";

		echo "<div class='updated'>$msg</div>";

	} elseif ( is_super_admin() ) {

		printf( '<div class="update-nag">' . __( 'Your feed at %s is empty.' ) . '</div>', esc_html( $url ) );

	}

}

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