TTPS by default.' ), esc_url( admin_url( 'options-general.php' ) ) ) ); $result['actions'] .= sprintf( '

%s

', esc_url( admin_url( 'options-general.php' ) ), __( 'Update your site addresses' ) ); } } else { $result['status'] = 'recommended'; $result['label'] = __( 'Your site does not use HTTPS' ); } return $result; } /** * Check if the HTTP API can handle SSL/TLS requests. * * @since 5.2.0 * * @return array The test results. */ public function get_test_ssl_support() { $result = array( 'label' => '', 'status' => '', 'badge' => array( 'label' => __( 'Security' ), 'color' => 'blue', ), 'description' => sprintf( '

%s

', __( 'Securely communicating between servers are needed for transactions such as fetching files, conducting sales on store sites, and much more.' ) ), 'actions' => '', 'test' => 'ssl_support', ); $supports_https = wp_http_supports( array( 'ssl' ) ); if ( $supports_https ) { $result['status'] = 'good'; $result['label'] = __( 'Your site can communicate securely with other services' ); } else { $result['status'] = 'critical'; $result['label'] = __( 'Your site is unable to communicate securely with other services' ); $result['description'] .= sprintf( '

%s

', __( 'Talk to your web host about OpenSSL support for PHP.' ) ); } return $result; } /** * Test if scheduled events run as intended. * * If scheduled events are not running, this may indicate something with WP_Cron is not working as intended, * or that there are orphaned events hanging around from older code. * * @since 5.2.0 * * @return array The test results. */ public function get_test_scheduled_events() { $result = array( 'label' => __( 'Scheduled events are running' ), 'status' => 'good', 'badge' => array( 'label' => __( 'Performance' ), 'color' => 'blue', ), 'description' => sprintf( '

%s

', __( 'Scheduled events are what periodically looks for updates to plugins, themes and WordPress itself. It is also what makes sure scheduled posts are published on time. It may also be used by various plugins to make sure that planned actions are executed.' ) ), 'actions' => '', 'test' => 'scheduled_events', ); $this->wp_schedule_test_init(); if ( is_wp_error( $this->has_missed_cron() ) ) { $result['status'] = 'critical'; $result['label'] = __( 'It was not possible to check your scheduled events' ); $result['description'] = sprintf( '

%s

', sprintf( /* translators: %s: The error message returned while from the cron scheduler. */ __( 'While trying to test your site’s scheduled events, the following error was returned: %s' ), $this->has_missed_cron()->get_error_message() ) ); } else { if ( $this->has_missed_cron() ) { $result['status'] = 'recommended'; $result['label'] = __( 'A scheduled event has failed' ); $result['description'] = sprintf( '

%s

', sprintf( /* translators: %s: The name of the failed cron event. */ __( 'The scheduled event, %s, failed to run. Your site still works, but this may indicate that scheduling posts or automated updates may not work as intended.' ), $this->last_missed_cron ) ); } } return $result; } /** * Test if WordPress can run automated background updates. * * Background updates in WordPress are primarily used for minor releases and security updates. It's important * to either have these working, or be aware that they are intentionally disabled for whatever reason. * * @since 5.2.0 * * @return array The test results. */ public function get_test_background_updates() { $result = array( 'label' => __( 'Background updates are working' ), 'status' => 'good', 'badge' => array( 'label' => __( 'Security' ), 'color' => 'blue', ), 'description' => spriarray $args Optional. Arguments for building the rules from the permalink structure, * see WP_Rewrite::add_permastruct() for full details. Default empty array. */ function add_permastruct( $name, $struct, $args = array() ) { global $wp_rewrite; // Back-compat for the old parameters: $with_front and $ep_mask. if ( ! is_array( $args ) ) { $args = array( 'with_front' => $args ); } if ( func_num_args() == 4 ) { $args['ep_mask'] = func_get_arg( 3 ); } $wp_rewrite->add_permastruct( $name, $struct, $args ); } /** * Removes a permalink structure. * * Can only be used to remove permastructs that were added using add_permastruct(). * Built-in permastructs cannot be removed. * * @since 4.5.0 * * @see WP_Rewrite::remove_permastruct() * @global WP_Rewrite $wp_rewrite WordPress rewrite component. * * @param string $name Name for permalink structure. */ function remove_permastruct( $name ) { global $wp_rewrite; $wp_rewrite->remove_permastruct( $name ); } /** * Add a new feed type like /atom1/. * * @since 2.1.0 * * @global WP_Rewrite $wp_rewrite WordPress rewrite component. * * @param string $feedname Feed name. * @param callable $function Callback to run on feed display. * @return string Feed action name. */ function add_feed( $feedname, $function ) { global $wp_rewrite; if ( ! in_array( $feedname, $wp_rewrite->feeds, true ) ) { $wp_rewrite->feeds[] = $feedname; } $hook = 'do_feed_' . $feedname; // Remove default function hook. remove_action( $hook, $hook ); add_action( $hook, $function, 10, 2 ); return $hook; } /** * Remove rewrite rules and then recreate rewrite rules. * * @since 3.0.0 * * @global WP_Rewrite $wp_rewrite WordPress rewrite component. * * @param bool $hard Whether to update .htaccess (hard flush) or just update * rewrite_rules option (soft flush). Default is true (hard). */ function flush_rewrite_rules( $hard = true ) { global $wp_rewrite; if ( is_callable( array( $wp_rewrite, 'flush_rules' ) ) ) { $wp_rewrite->flush_rules( $hard ); } } /** * Add an endpoint, like /trackback/. * * Adding an endpoint creates extra rewrite rules for each of the matching * places specified by the provided bitmask. For example: * * add_rewrite_endpoint( 'json', EP_PERMALINK | EP_PAGES ); * * will add a new rewrite rule ending with "json(/(.*))?/?$" for every permastruct * that describes a permalink (post) or page. This is rewritten to "json=$match" * where $match is the part of the URL matched by the endpoint regex (e.g. "foo" in * "[permalink]/json/foo/"). * * A new query var with the same name as the endpoint will also be created. * * When specifying $places ensure that you are using the EP_* constants (or a * combination of them using the bitwise OR operator) as their values are not * guaranteed to remain static (especially `EP_ALL`). * * Be sure to flush the rewrite rules - see flush_rewrite_rules() - when your plugin gets * activated and deactivated. * * @since 2.1.0 * @since 4.3.0 Added support for skipping query var registration by passing `false` to `$query_var`. * * @global WP_Rewrite $wp_rewrite WordPress rewrite component. * * @param string $name Name of the endpoint. * @param int $places Endpoint mask describing the places the endpoint should be added. * @param string|bool $query_var Name of the corresponding query variable. Pass `false` to skip registering a query_var * for this endpoint. Defaults to the value of `$name`. */ function add_rewrite_endpoint( $name, $places, $query_var = true ) { global $wp_rewrite; $wp_rewrite->add_endpoint( $name, $places, $query_var ); } /** * Filters the URL base for taxonomies. * * To remove any manually prepended /index.php/. * * @access private * @since 2.6.0 * * @param string $base The taxonomy base that we're going to filter * @return string */ function _wp_filter_taxonomy_base( $base ) { if ( ! empty( $base ) ) { $base = preg_replace( '|^/index\.php/|', '', $base ); $base = trim( $base, '/' ); } return $base; } /** * Resolve numeric slugs that collide with date permalinks. * * Permalinks of posts with numeric slugs can sometimes look to WP_Query::parse_query() * like a date archive, as when your permalink structure is `/%year%/%postname%/` and * a post with post_name '05' has the URL `/2015/05/`. * * This function detects conflicts of this type and resolves them in favor of the * post permalink. * * Note that, since 4.3.0, wp_unique_post_slug() prevents the creation of post slugs * that would result in a date archive conflict. The resolution performed in this * function is primarily for legacy content, as well as cases when the admin has changed * the site's permalink structure in a way that introduces URL conflicts. * * @since 4.3.0 * * @param array $query_vars Optional. Query variables for setting up the loop, as determined in * WP::parse_request(). Default empty array. * @return array Returns the original array of query vars, with date/post conflicts resolved. */ function wp_resolve_numeric_slug_conflicts( $query_vars = array() ) { if ( ! isset( $query_vars['year'] ) && ! isset( $query_vars['monthnum'] ) && ! isset( $query_vars['day'] ) ) { return $query_vars; } // Identify the 'postname' position in the permastruct array. $permastructs = array_values( array_filter( explode( '/', get_option( 'permalink_structure' ) ) ) ); $postname_index = array_search( '%postname%', $permastructs, true ); if ( false === $postname_index ) { return $query_vars; } /* * A numeric slug could be confused with a year, month, or day, depending on position. To account for * the possibility of post pagination (eg 2015/2 for the second page of a post called '2015'), our * `is_*` checks are generous: check for year-slug clashes when `is_year` *or* `is_month`, and check * for month-slug clashes when `is_month` *or* `is_day`. */ $compare = ''; if ( 0 === $postname_index && ( isset( $query_vars['year'] ) || isset( $query_vars['monthnum'] ) ) ) { $compare = 'year'; } elseif ( $postname_index && '%year%' === $permastructs[ $postname_index - 1 ] && ( isset( $query_vars['monthnum'] ) || isset( $query_vars['day'] ) ) ) { $compare = 'monthnum'; } elseif ( $postname_index && '%monthnum%' === $permastructs[ $postname_index - 1 ] && isset( $query_vars['day'] ) ) { $compare = 'day'; } if ( ! $compare ) { return $query_vars; } // This is the potentially clashing slug. $value = $query_vars[ $compare ]; $post = get_page_by_path( $value, OBJECT, 'post' ); if ( ! ( $post instanceof WP_Post ) ) { return $query_vars; } // If the date of the post doesn't match the date specified in the URL, resolve to the date archive. if ( preg_match( '/^([0-9]{4})\-([0-9]{2})/', $post->post_date, $matches ) && isset( $query_vars['year'] ) && ( 'monthnum' === $compare || 'day' === $compare ) ) { // $matches[1] is the year the post was published. if ( intval( $query_vars['year'] ) !== intval( $matches[1] ) ) { return $query_vars; } // $matches[2] is the month the post was published. if ( 'day' === $compare && isset( $query_vars['monthnum'] ) && intval( $query_vars['monthnum'] ) !== intval( $matches[2] ) ) { return $query_vars; } } /* * If the located post contains nextpage pagination, then the URL chunk following postname may be * intended as the page number. Verify that it's a valid page before resolving to it. */ $maybe_page = ''; if ( 'year' === $compare && isset( $query_vars['monthnum'] ) ) { $maybe_page = $query_vars['monthnum']; } elseif ( 'monthnum' === $compare && isset( $query_vars['day'] ) ) { $maybe_page = $query_vars['day']; } // Bug found in #11694 - 'page' was returning '/4'. $maybe_page = (int) trim( $maybe_page, '/' ); $post_page_count = substr_count( $post->post_content, '' ) + 1; // If the post doesn't have multiple pages, but a 'page' candidate is found, resolve to the date archive. if ( 1 === $post_page_count && $maybe_page ) { return $query_vars; } // If the post has multiple pages and the 'page' number isn't valid, resolve to the date archive. if ( $post_page_count > 1 && $maybe_page > $post_page_count ) { return $query_vars; } // If we've gotten to this point, we have a slug/date clash. First, adjust for nextpage. if ( '' !== $maybe_page ) { $query_vars['page'] = intval( $maybe_page ); } // Next, unset autodetected date-related query vars. unset( $query_vars['year'] ); unset( $query_vars['monthnum'] ); unset( $query_vars['day'] ); // Then, set the identified post. $query_vars['name'] = $post->post_name; // Finally, return the modified query vars. return $query_vars; } /** * Examine a URL and try to determine the post ID it represents. * * Checks are supposedly from the hosted site blog. * * @since 1.0.0 * * @global WP_Rewrite $wp_rewrite WordPress rewrite component. * @global WP $wp Current WordPress environment instance. * * @param string $url Permalink to check. * @return int Post ID, or 0 on failure. */ function url_to_postid( $url ) { global $wp_rewrite; /** * Filters the URL to derive the post ID from. * * @since 2.2.0 * * @param string $url The URL to derive the post ID from. */ $url = apply_filters( 'url_to_postid', $url ); $url_host = str_replace( 'www.', '', parse_url( $url, PHP_URL_HOST ) ); $home_url_host = str_replace( 'www.', '', parse_url( home_url(), PHP_URL_HOST ) ); // Bail early if the URL does not belong to this site. if ( $url_host && $url_host !== $home_url_host ) { return 0; } // First, check to see if there is a 'p=N' or 'page_id=N' to match against. if ( preg_match( '#[?&](p|page_id|attachment_id)=(\d+)#', $url, $values ) ) { $id = absint( $values[2] ); if ( $id ) { return $id; } } // Get rid of the #anchor. $url_split = explode( '#', $url ); $url = $url_split[0]; // Get rid of URL ?query=string. $url_split = explode( '?', $url ); $url = $url_split[0]; // Set the correct URL scheme. $scheme = parse_url( home_url(), PHP_URL_SCHEME ); $url = set_url_scheme( $url, $scheme ); // Add 'www.' if it is absent and should be there. if ( false !== strpos( home_url(), '://www.' ) && false === strpos( $url, '://www.' ) ) { $url = str_replace( '://', '://www.', $url ); } // Strip 'www.' if it is present and shouldn't be. if ( false === strpos( home_url(), '://www.' ) ) { $url = str_replace( '://www.', '://', $url ); } if ( trim( $url, '/' ) === home_url() && 'page' === get_option( 'show_on_front' ) ) { $page_on_front = get_option( 'page_on_front' ); if ( $page_on_front && get_post( $page_on_front ) instanceof WP_Post ) { return (int) $page_on_front; } } // Check to see if we are using rewrite rules. $rewrite = $wp_rewrite->wp_rewrite_rules(); // Not using rewrite rules, and 'p=N' and 'page_id=N' methods failed, so we're out of options. if ( empty( $rewrite ) ) { return 0; } // Strip 'index.php/' if we're not using path info permalinks. if ( ! $wp_rewrite->using_index_permalinks() ) { $url = str_replace( $wp_rewrite->index . '/', '', $url ); } if ( false !== strpos( trailingslashit( $url ), home_url( '/' ) ) ) { // Chop off http://domain.com/[path]. $url = str_replace( home_url(), '', $url ); } else { // Chop off /path/to/blog. $home_path = parse_url( home_url( '/' ) ); $home_path = isset( $home_path['path'] ) ? $home_path['path'] : ''; $url = preg_replace( sprintf( '#^%s#', preg_quote( $home_path ) ), '', trailingslashit( $url ) ); } // Trim leading and lagging slashes. $url = trim( $url, '/' ); $request = $url; $post_type_query_vars = array(); foreach ( get_post_types( array(), 'objects' ) as $post_type => $t ) { if ( ! empty( $t->query_var ) ) { $post_type_query_vars[ $t->query_var ] = $post_type; } } // Look for matches. $request_match = $request; foreach ( (array) $rewrite as $match => $query ) { // If the requesting file is the anchor of the match, // prepend it to the path info. if ( ! empty( $url ) && ( $url != $request ) && ( strpos( $match, $url ) === 0 ) ) { $request_match = $url . '/' . $request; } if ( preg_match( "#^$match#", $request_match, $matches ) ) { if ( $wp_rewrite->use_verbose_page_rules && preg_match( '/pagename=\$matches\[([0-9]+)\]/', $query, $varmatch ) ) { // This is a verbose page match, let's check to be sure about it. $page = get_page_by_path( $matches[ $varmatch[1] ] ); if ( ! $page ) { continue; } $post_status_obj = get_post_status_object( $page->post_status ); if ( ! $post_status_obj->public && ! $post_status_obj->protected && ! $post_status_obj->private && $post_status_obj->exclude_from_search ) { continue; } } // Got a match. // Trim the query of everything up to the '?'. $query = preg_replace( '!^.+\?!', '', $query ); // Substitute the substring matches into the query. $query = addslashes( WP_MatchesMapRegex::apply( $query, $matches ) ); // Filter out non-public query vars. global $wp; parse_str( $query, $query_vars ); $query = array(); foreach ( (array) $query_vars as $key => $value ) { if ( in_array( (string) $key, $wp->public_query_vars, true ) ) { $query[ $key ] = $value; if ( isset( $post_type_query_vars[ $key ] ) ) { $query['post_type'] = $post_type_query_vars[ $key ]; $query['name'] = $value; } } } // Resolve conflicts between posts with numeric slugs and date archive queries. $query = wp_resolve_numeric_slug_conflicts( $query ); // Do the query. $query = new WP_Query( $query ); if ( ! empty( $query->posts ) && $query->is_singular ) { return $query->post->ID; } else { return 0; } } } return 0; }