WOOF_Attachment

Extends WOOF_Wrap

Delegate WOOF_File

Methods

Represents a WordPress Image or File attachment.

Example: Example: Obtaining a WOOF_Attachment

List of Methods

Property Methods

  • id()Integer

    Returns the ID of the attachment in the database.

  • is_image()Boolean

    Checks if the attachment is an image or not.

  • slug()String

    Returns the slug of the attachment.

  • title()String

    Returns the title of the attachment as specified in the media library.

Theming

Internal Use

  • get_delegate()WOOF_File OR WOOF_Image

    Implements the get_delegate method used by WOOF_Wrap::get to delegate unknown properties and calls to:a WOOF_File object if the attachment is not an imageor a WOOF_Image object if it is an imageThis essentially makes the methods of those classes available to this object.Note: this method is for internal use and is not intended to be called directly.

  • get_delegate()WOOF_File OR WOOF_Image

    Implements the get_delegate method used by WOOF_Wrap::get to delegate unknown properties and calls to:a WOOF_File object if the attachment is not an imageor a WOOF_Image object if it is an imageThis essentially makes the methods of those classes available to this object.Note: this method is for internal use and is not intended to be called directly.

  • id()Integer

    Returns the ID of the attachment in the database.

  • is_image()Boolean

    Checks if the attachment is an image or not.

  • slug()String

    Returns the slug of the attachment.

  • title()String

    Returns the title of the attachment as specified in the media library.

Delegate Methods

This class delegates to the WOOF_File class, meaning it also supports the methods available in that class.

Base Class Methods

View method list from the base class WOOF_Wrap.

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