WP_Customize_Manager::add_setting( WP_Customize_Setting|string $id, array $args = array() )

Add a customize setting.


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Parameters Parameters

$id

(WP_Customize_Setting|string) (Required) Customize Setting object, or ID.

$args

(array) (Optional) Array of properties for the new Setting object. See WP_Customize_Setting::__construct() for information on accepted arguments.

Default value: array()


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Return Return

(WP_Customize_Setting) The instance of the setting that was added.



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Source Source

File: wp-includes/class-wp-customize-manager.php

	public function add_setting( $id, $args = array() ) {
		if ( $id instanceof WP_Customize_Setting ) {
			$setting = $id;
		} else {
			$class = 'WP_Customize_Setting';

			/** This filter is documented in wp-includes/class-wp-customize-manager.php */
			$args = apply_filters( 'customize_dynamic_setting_args', $args, $id );

			/** This filter is documented in wp-includes/class-wp-customize-manager.php */
			$class = apply_filters( 'customize_dynamic_setting_class', $class, $id, $args );

			$setting = new $class( $this, $id, $args );
		}

		$this->settings[ $setting->id ] = $setting;
		return $setting;
	}

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Changelog Changelog

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Version Description
4.5.0 Return added WP_Customize_Setting instance.
3.4.0 Introduced.

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User Contributed Notes User Contributed Notes

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    Contributed by Marc Wiest

    The sanitize_callback parameter needs to refer to a function that accepts at least two parameters or a [variable argument length](http://php.net/manual/en/functions.arguments.php#functions.variable-arg-list). The two parameters send to the callback are 1.) the value of the setting and 2.) the instance of WP_Customize_Setting. Using a callback that only accepts one parameter may result in a customize validation failiure upon saving or a PHP warning (see error log).

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