new function - wp_get_sites($args) — at Version 4
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Description (last modified by nacin)
With the deprication of get_blog_list (and the dire warnings), we had a need for a function to retrieve a list of blogs. At first blush, it appears that one could use get_blogs_of_user. It seems to assume that the same admin (userid 1) is going to create all sites. If you have multiple network_admins, then a search for a single user's sites won't return a full list.
So I have adapted the code from wp-admin/ms-sites.php and with a nod to wp_list_pages - am submitting wp_get_sites for a future release.
This function accepts an argument list to filter the results, modify the order, and limit the range of results. I wrote it with an eye to provide an interface consistent with other wp functions, as well as potentially replacing the sql query in wp-admin/ms-sites.php.
The initial set of arguments include:
'include_id' , // includes only these sites in the results, comma-delimited 'exclude_id' , // excludes these sites from the results, comma-delimted 'blogname_like' , // domain or path is like this value 'ip_like' , // Match IP address 'reg_date_since' , // sites registered since (accepts pretty much any valid date like tomorrow, today, 5/12/2009, etc.) 'reg_date_before' , // sites registered before 'include_user_id' , // only sites owned by these users, comma-delimited 'exclude_user_id' , // don't include sites owned by these users, comma-delimited 'include_spam' => false, // Include sites marked as "spam" 'include_deleted' => false, // Include deleted sites 'include_archived' => false, // Include archived sites 'include_mature' => false, // Included blogs marked as mature 'public_only' => true, // Include only blogs marked as public 'sort_column' => 'registered',// or registered, last_updated, blogname, site_id 'order' => 'asc', // or desc 'limit_results' , // return this many results 'start' , // return results starting with this item
The usual warning are provided. It works for me but I haven't tested it completely yet. But I am assuming this could be helpful to others and I have no doubt about getting comments back <grin>