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  • Ticket #23446, comment 4

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    11Ah, good point. So I guess wp.login() would be more appropriate for the name? I think this should probably come down to a discussion of whether WordPress core developers are comfortable with the API providing any affordances at all for helping clients to gain full login permissions. 
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    3 Personally I am for it from the point of view that because the API and the web interface both use the same credentials, absence of full login permissions is only protected by obfuscation of the login URL, and the challenge presented to developers of simulating a web-based login procedure. 
     3Personally I am for it from the point of view that because the API and the web interface both use the same credentials, absence of full login permissions is only protected by obfuscation of the login URL, and the challenge presented to API clients of simulating a web-based login procedure.