WordPress output registration, management site link tags: WP_ register

WordPress template tags WP_ Register is used to output registration, manage site links, WP_ Register () will detect the user login status and output the corresponding link according to the user login status.

wp_register( string $before = '<li>', string $after = '</li>', boolean $echo = true )

Function parameters


String value, default:

  • The character before the link is

  • by default, which is output in the Li list.


    String value, default: <& Li >

    The character after the link, that is, close the label.


    Boolean value, default value: true

    Whether to output the link. If it is false, only the result will be returned without output.

    Examples of function usage


    tags to wrap links instead of lists

    <?php wp_register('<p>', '</p>'); ?>

    Extended reading

    wp_ The register() function is located in: WP includes / general- template.php

    Related tags:

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