WP cache in function

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November 11, 2014 at 8:40 am #3570
sitesurety
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Hi there,
Me again.

I’ve written a function that provides data as a function in functions.php. I’d like to cache the results for x number of minutes.

I’ve looked at your example, and my setup seems to be a little complicated. I’ve tweaked my code so that I’ve set the post variables, which then enables the $wf object to work.

global $wf;
global $posts;
global $wp_query;

$args = array(
“post_type” => “custom_post_type”
);

query_posts($args);

I then integrate through the fields in the custom post type using:

foreach ($wf->loop() as $the) {
}

How do I attach the caching to the $wf loop, given I’m setting the posts which are picked up by master press.. and keep the $wf loop. Or is there another way?

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