WOOF :: content_url( String $file = "", Boolean $timestamp = true, Boolean $root_relative = true, Boolean $main = false )

Returns:

Retrieves the URL for a given file path relative to the wp-content directory, or a directory inside blogs.dir for multisite.

Example:

Parameters:

  • String $file = ""

    The relative path of the file

  • Boolean $timestamp = true

    If true, a timestamp is added to the end of the URL as a querystring, to help prevent aggressive browser caching when the file has changed.

  • Boolean $root_relative = true

    Whether the URL is root-relative (excludes the domain and protocol)

  • Boolean $main = false

    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 2 possible values:

    • false – get a URL relative to the blogs.dir/blogid folder (the main content folder for this site in a multisite network).
    • true – get a URL relative to the top of the wp-content folder.

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