Returns the content for a row in the list table.
Fetch the list of VIP featured plugins to display in the list table.
Handles outputting the markup for a single row of the list table.
Handles outputting the markup for each row of the list table.
Return an array of CSS classes to apply to the list table.
Output an error message if no VIP plugins were found to show in the list table.
Fetch the list of VIP plugins to display in the list table.
Generates a link to the plugin’s menu page.
Deactivates a plugin.
Activates a plugin.
Validates a plugin slug.
Filters an array of action links to add an activation or deactivation link.
Determines if a given plugin slug is already activated or not.
Generates the URL to deactivate a VIP plugin.
Generates the URL to activate a VIP plugin.
Removes any invalid plugins from the option, i.e.
Gets the list of VIP plugins that have been activated via the UI.
Are we on WordPress.com VIP or somewhere else?
Filters the columns of the Community Plugins table.
Outputs the contents of the menu page.
Handles the plugin deactivation links and deactivates the requested plugin.
Handles the plugin activation links and activates the requested plugin.
Load the assets for this plugin on the correct screen only
Adds the new menu item and registers a few more hook callbacks relating to the menu page.
Includes any active plugin files that are enabled via the UI/option.
Now that we’ve given the theme time to register its own filters, set up the rest of the plugin’s hooks and run some filters.
Set up early action hooks for this plugin