WOOF :: template_for_post( Mixed $post )

Returns:

  • String The full file name of the template (including extension), or the empty string if there is no specific template for this post.

Retrieves the full filename (including extension) of the template currently being used for the given post. This template is derived by considering the following in this order:

  • The specific template setup for the post in the WordPress UI (which is stored in the meta key _wp_page_template).
  • Looking for a template file named page-SLUG.php where the SLUG is the post slug.

If neither of these things are found, this method returns the empty string. 

Note that this does not consider the entire WordPress Template Hierarchy since it is a utility method for other parts of MasterPress that need to be this specific.

Example:

Parameters:

  • Mixed $post

    The post to check – this can either be:

    • A numeric post ID
    • A WOOF_Post or MEOW_Post object

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