WOOF_Post :: edit_url( Arguments $args = array() )

Returns:

Retrieves the URL for editing this post in WordPress.

Note: this method does not check if the current user is allowed to edit the post, so use with care (WordPress will intercept any attempts to edit something that’s now allowed, but it leads to a bad user experience at worst).

Parameters:

  • Arguments $args = array()

    An arguments string or array which accepts the following arguments:

    • text – String, the text to use in the link. The attachment title is used by default
    • root_relative – Boolean, whether to make the link URL root_relative (excl the domain and protocol). default – false.

    You can also specify any other key-value pairs for HTML attributes you wish to include in the link tag (see example), noting that the href attribute is forced to be the URL of the attachment.

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