WordPress destroys the current user session tag: WP_ logout

WordPress template tags WP_ Logout destroys the current user session and clears the corresponding cookie.

wp_logout()

wp_ The logout() function has no arguments. In fact, WP_ The logout() function is equivalent to calling these two functions:

wp_destroy_current_session();
wp_clear_auth_cookie();

wp_ Example of using logout() function:

<?php wp_logout(); ?>

Extended reading

wp_ The logout() function is located in: WP includes/ pluggable.php

Related tags:

  • is_ user_ logged_ in()
  • wp_ login_ form()
  • wp_ loginout()
  • wp_ register()
  • wp_ login_ url()
  • wp_ logout_ url()
  • wp_ lostpassword_ url()
  • wp_ registration_ url()
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