WOOF :: body_attr( Array $class = array(), String $id = "" )

Returns:

A similar function to WordPress’ body_class function, which can combine the values of WOOF::body_id and WOOF::body_class together to populate a class and ID combo for the HTML body tag. This function regards a global variable called $body_id if it already exists in global scope, and this variable can be of the form “id.class”, or “id.class1 class2 class3” to set the id and class simultaneously. Note that the value of the get_body_class function in WordPress wlll also be merged into the output classes. 

Example:

Parameters:

  • Array $class = array()

    An array of classes to include in the list

  • String $id = ""

    The specific value of the ID to use, following the format as specified in the description. If this is specified the global $body_id will be ignored.

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