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

Returns:

  • WOOF_Image An image file object representing the image. 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_Image object representing an image file at the path given.

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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