Alert: This function’s access is marked private. This means it is not intended for use by plugin or theme developers, only in other core functions. It is listed here for completeness.


Set wp_xmlrpc_server::$is_enabled property.

Description Description

Determine whether the xmlrpc server is enabled on this WordPress install and set the is_enabled property accordingly.

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File: wp-includes/class-wp-xmlrpc-server.php

	private function set_is_enabled() {
		 * Respect old get_option() filters left for back-compat when the 'enable_xmlrpc'
		 * option was deprecated in 3.5.0. Use the 'xmlrpc_enabled' hook instead.
		$is_enabled = apply_filters( 'pre_option_enable_xmlrpc', false );
		if ( false === $is_enabled ) {
			$is_enabled = apply_filters( 'option_enable_xmlrpc', true );

		 * Filters whether XML-RPC methods requiring authentication are enabled.
		 * Contrary to the way it's named, this filter does not control whether XML-RPC is *fully*
		 * enabled, rather, it only controls whether XML-RPC methods requiring authentication - such
		 * as for publishing purposes - are enabled.
		 * Further, the filter does not control whether pingbacks or other custom endpoints that don't
		 * require authentication are enabled. This behavior is expected, and due to how parity was matched
		 * with the `enable_xmlrpc` UI option the filter replaced when it was introduced in 3.5.
		 * To disable XML-RPC methods that require authentication, use:
		 *     add_filter( 'xmlrpc_enabled', '__return_false' );
		 * For more granular control over all XML-RPC methods and requests, see the {@see 'xmlrpc_methods'}
		 * and {@see 'xmlrpc_element_limit'} hooks.
		 * @since 3.5.0
		 * @param bool $is_enabled Whether XML-RPC is enabled. Default true.
		$this->is_enabled = apply_filters( 'xmlrpc_enabled', $is_enabled );

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Version Description
5.7.3 Introduced.

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