WOOF :: content_file( String $path, Boolean $main = "auto" )

Returns:

  • WOOF_File A file object representing the file. This will still be returned even if the file does not exist. You can then check existence with the "exists method (see example).

Retrieves a WOOF_File object representing a file at the path given (which is relative to the wp-content path).

Example:

Parameters:

  • String $path

    A path relative to the wp-content folder (or the blogs.dir/NUMBER folder, if $main is false, or “auto”)

  • Boolean $main = "auto"

    Specifies if path is relative to the main wp-content directory in the case of a multisite environment, or the root blogs.dir/blogid folder. This can have 3 possible values:

    • “auto” (default) – check for the file in wp-content/blogs.dir/blog_id FIRST. If it exists, return a file object for that, otherwise try the main wp-content directory
    • false – only look in the wp-content/blogs.dir/blog_id folder.
    • true – only look in the main wp-content folder.

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Plugin Requirements

MasterPress requires a minimum of WordPress version 4.9, MySQL 5.6, and PHP version 5.6.20.

We also recommend that PHP is configured to use a memory limit of 64MB per request (128MB may be required for sites with higher complexity).

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