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Refreshes the rewrite rules, saving the fresh value to the database.
Removes a permalink structure.
Removes an existing rewrite tag.
Filters whether a “hard” rewrite rule flush should be performed when requested.
Sets up the object’s properties.
Sets the main permalink structure for the site.
Fires after the permalink structure is updated.
Sets the category base for the category permalink.
Sets the tag base for the tag permalink.
Constructor – Calls init(), which runs setup.
Fires after the rewrite rules are generated.
Adds a new permalink structure.
Filters the full set of generated rewrite rules.
Removes rewrite rules and then recreate rewrite rules.
Retrieves the rewrite rules.
Retrieves mod_rewrite-formatted rewrite rules to write to .htaccess.
Filters the list of rewrite rules formatted for output to an .htaccess file.
Retrieves IIS7 URL Rewrite formatted rewrite rules to write to web.config file.
Filters the list of rewrite rules formatted for output to a web.config.
Adds a rewrite rule that transforms a URL structure to a set of query vars.
Adds a rewrite rule that doesn’t correspond to index.php.
Filters rewrite rules used specifically for Tags.
Adds an endpoint, like /trackback/.
Generates rewrite rules with permalink structure and walking directory only.
Constructs rewrite matches and queries from permalink structure.
Filters rewrite rules used for “post” archives.
Filters rewrite rules used for date archives.
Filters rewrite rules used for root-level archives.
Filters rewrite rules used for comment feed archives.