MEOW_Post

Extends WOOF_Post

Methods

Represents a single post in WordPress, extending the WOOF_Post class to include support for MasterPress field sets and incoming post relations.

Example: Ways to obtain a MEOW_Post

List of Methods

Magic Methods

  • __call( String $name, Array $args )Mixed

    Overrides the --call method to also look for incoming posts of type “post_type_name” when attempting to call a method of the form “incoming_[post_type_name_plural_form]” or the first incoming post of “post_type_name” when trying to call “incoming_[post_type_name]”.

  • __get( String $name )Mixed OR WOOF_Silent

    Implements the PHP magic method __get, called when an unknown property is accessed.

Custom Fields

Manipulation

  • update( Boolean $include_sets = true )MEOW_Post

    Extends the WOOF_Post::update method for updating post data, to also update any modified MasterPress custom field data.Important Note: If you have just created a new post via the WOOF_PostType::create method and you have also updated custom field data, you must use this method to commit the field data if you haven’t already committed the new post to the database, rather than any of the methods MEOW_Field::updateMEOW_FieldSet::update, or MEOW_FieldSetCollection::update. The reason for this is that the new post will not yet have an ID to attach metadata to, and this method contains special handling to account for this case (it will update the post first before the custom fields). .

Posts

Taxonomy Terms

Users

Internal Use

  • blank()Boolean

    An internal method to check if this represents a post that actually exists.

  • sets()Array

    Retrieves the names of all of the available field sets currently available to this object.

Base Class Methods

View method list from the base class WOOF_Post.

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Plugin Requirements

MasterPress requires a minimum of WordPress version 3.4, MySQL 5, and PHP version 5.2.4.

We also recommend that PHP is configured to use a memory limit of 64MB per request (128MB may be required for sites with higher complexity).

This plug-in is not compatible with the WordPress.com hosted service.

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