[wp-hackers] get wp_query object when you have url to post
nikolov.tmw at gmail.com
Fri Mar 21 13:51:36 UTC 2014
Actually WordPress does the same thing internally(well it's a bit more
complicated, but it's about the same) - it goes through all rewrite rules
until it finds a matching regex pattern.
You might be able to run the method that generates the query, but I don't
know if it won't have a performance hit(especially if you'll be running it
for multiple links).
What is the reason behind why you need this functionality?
On Fri, Mar 21, 2014 at 2:02 PM, Konrad Karpieszuk <kkarpieszuk at gmail.com>wrote:
> Imagine that you have some text (let it be a post content) with urls. I
> want to take all urls (it is something what i know how to do), check if the
> links are local (again, something easy) and if they are, check what exactly
> should be queried from wordpress, what should be in wp_query.
> Does wordpress has some easy function/methid to do this?
> Like get_wp_query_by_url('http://example.com/archive/some-category-name')
> which will return wp_query for 'some-category-name' archive page.
> Another question, maybe more suitable for me: does wordpress has some easy
> function/method which will return $_GET params which should be set when we
> want to open this url?
> Something like get_query_params_by_url('http://example.com/some-post');
> which will return:
> 'p' => 12
> (params which normally will be added as $_GET to url if permalinks are set
> to default)
> Thank you in advance. Now everything what i do is to get url, slice it to
> get its path and compare it with wp_rewrite. But because wordpress somehow
> knows what it must display if somebody type some url in address bar i am
> little affraid that there is some easier method than manual checking if url
> matches to wp_rewrite rules
> (en) regards / (pl) pozdrawiam
> Konrad Karpieszuk
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