WordPress Code Snippets

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Curated List of WordPress Code Snippets


add_action('rest_api_init', function () {
  register_rest_route( 'custom-rest/v1', 'flutter',[
            'methods'  => 'GET',
            'callback' => 'custom_rest_posts_by_types',
            'permission_callback' => function() {
		          return true;


function custom_rest_posts_by_types($request){
	$types = ['type_a', 'type_b', 'type_c'];

	global $wpdb;
	$result = [];

	foreach ($types as $type) {
		//get post by type
		$posts_by_type =  $wpdb->get_results("SELECT DISTINCT pm.post_id FROM {$wpdb->prefix}postmeta as pm WHERE pm.meta_key LIKE 'component_type' AND lower(pm.meta_value) LIKE '%".strtolower($type)."%'");
		$post_ids = [];
		foreach ($posts_by_type as $key => $p) {
			$result[$p->post_id] = [
				'id' => $p->post_id,

	return new WP_REST_Response($result, 200);



.entry-title {
    display: none;
post-ID .entry-title {
    display: none;


$args = [
	'post_type' 	   => 'post',
	'post_status'      => 'publish',
	'posts_per_page'   => 100,
	'offset'           => 0,
	'meta_key' => 'sub_header',
	'orderby' => 'meta_value',
	'order' => 'ASC',	

$posts = get_posts($args);
$query = new WP_Query($args);


add_filter( 'excerpt_length', function($length) {
    return 100;



//query user
if(is_user_logged_in() ) {
    $user = wp_get_current_user();
    echo "<p><b>Loggedin user:</b> {$user->data->user_login}</p>";
//query comments
global $wpdb;
$comments = $wpdb->get_results($wpdb->prepare("SELECT * FROM {$wpdb->prefix}comments"));
echo "<h3>Comments</h3>";
foreach ($comments as $key => $comment) {
    echo "<p>{$comment->comment_content}</p>";        


global $wpdb;
$results = $wpdb->get_results("SELECT ID FROM {$wpdb->posts} WHERE post_content LIKE '%[shortcode_name%'", ARRAY_N);


//Add these 2 lines to wp-config.php to show errors
define( 'WP_DEBUG', true );
define( 'WP_DEBUG_LOG', true );
AuthUserFile /dev/null
AuthGroupFile /dev/null
AuthName "IP Limit"
AuthType Basic
order deny,allow
deny from all
allow from xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
allow from xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
Login to your website's FTP via an FTP client like FileZilla
Choose 3 folders wp_content, wp_includes, and wp_admin then right-click to open the “File permissions…” option.
Set and tick these settings: Numeric value: 755, Recurse into subdirectories, Apply to directories only.
On the root of your WordPress installation, select all files and folders, right-click then choose the “File permissions…” option.
Set and tick these settings: Numeric value: 644, Recurse into subdirectories, Apply to files only.

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