WOOF :: get_sites( Arguments $args = array() )


  • Array An associative array of site objects (standard objects based on stdClass).

Issue a query on the sites in your multisite network.

Note: use the WOOF::sites method, which accepts the same arguments, to return a collection of WOOF_Site objects instead.  



  • Arguments $args = array()

    An arguments array or string with the following params:

    • include_id => ”, // includes only these sites in the results, comma-delimited
    • exclude_id => ”, // excludes these sites from the results, comma-delimted
    • blogname_like => ”, // domain or path is like this value
    • ip_like => ”, // Match IP address
    • reg_date_since => ”, // sites registered since (accepts pretty much any valid date like tomorrow, today, 5/12/2009, etc.)
    • reg_date_before => ”, // sites registered before
    • include_user_id => ”, // only sites owned by these users, comma-delimited
    • exclude_user_id => ”, // don’t include sites owned by these users, comma-delimited
    • include_spam => false, // Include sites marked as “spam”
    • include_deleted => false, // Include deleted sites
    • include_archived => false, // Include archived sites
    • include_mature => false, // Included blogs marked as mature
    • public_only => true, // Include only blogs marked as public
    • sort_column => ‘registered’,// or registered, last_updated, blogname, site_id.
    • order => ‘asc’, // or desc
    • limit_results => ”, // return this many results
    • start => ”, // return results starting with this item

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