WOOF :: __call( String $name, Array $arguments )

Returns:

  • Mixed The result of the call, if something was found.
  • WOOF_Silent An object for silent failure, if nothing was found.

Implements PHP’s __call magic method to provide a number of clever handlers for the unknown method call. This method will use the $name of the unknown call to look for the following things in this order:

  • If $name is the name of a post type, it will use the first argument as the “id” (slug or id) of a post under that type, and return that (see example, line 6).
  • If $name is the plural form of a post type name, it will forward the call and arguments onto the WOOF::posts method, using that post type. (example, line 11)
  • If $name is the name of a taxonomy, it will use the first argument as the “id” (slug, or id) of a term under that taxonomy (which can be a slug, ID, etc), and return that (see example, line 16).
  • If $name is the plural form of the name of a taxonomy, it will forward the call and arguments onto the object.
  • Failing that, it will pass the call onto WOOF_Wrap, which will try to “get” the property. 

Note: this method is not intended to be called directly.

Example:

Parameters:

  • String $name

    The name of the unknown method call.

  • Array $arguments

    The arguments passed to the call, if any.

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