WOOF :: post_types( Array / String $arg )

Returns:

  • WOOF_PostType An object representing the post type, when arg is a single post type name
  • WOOF_Collection of  WOOF_PostType A collection of zero or more post types, if arg is an arguments array.
  • WOOF_Silent An object for silent failure if the post type cannot be found

Returns a single WOOF_PostType object representing a post type name in the $arg parameter, or multiple post types if the $arg parameter is an arguments array, as would be passed to the WordPress function get_post_types()

Note: if you do not pass any arguments to this method, a collection of all registered post types will be retrieved.

Example:

Parameters:

  • Array / String $arg

    Either a string representing the post type name, OR an array representing args to pass to WordPress’ get_post_types. Note that you CANNOT use the string representation of the arguments for this function, as it will be assumed tat a string is a post type name.

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