WP_REST_Request::__construct( string $method = '', string $route = '', array $attributes = array() )

Constructor.


Parameters Parameters

$method

(string) (Optional) Request method.

Default value: ''

$route

(string) (Optional) Request route.

Default value: ''

$attributes

(array) (Optional) Request attributes.

Default value: array()


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File: wp-includes/rest-api/class-wp-rest-request.php

	public function __construct( $method = '', $route = '', $attributes = array() ) {
		$this->params = array(
			'URL'      => array(),
			'GET'      => array(),
			'POST'     => array(),
			'FILES'    => array(),

			// See parse_json_params.
			'JSON'     => null,

			'defaults' => array(),
		);

		$this->set_method( $method );
		$this->set_route( $route );
		$this->set_attributes( $attributes );
	}


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Version Description
4.4.0 Introduced.

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User Contributed Notes User Contributed Notes

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    Contributed by Ryan McCue

    Request objects can also be constructed from a URL by using WP_REST_Request::from_url:

    // If your site is at http://example.com/:
    $request = WP_REST_Request::from_url( 'http://example.com/wp-json/wp/v2/posts' );
    // GET by default; to change the method, you can then run:
    $request->set_method( 'POST' );
    

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