2020-05-01 / 3253阅 / 悠然
Get all Term data from database by Term ID.
The usage of the get_term function is to apply filters to a term object. It is possible to get a term object from the database before applying the filters.
$term ID must be part of $taxonomy, to get from the database. Failure, might be able to be captured by the hooks. Failure would be the same value as $wpdb returns for the get_row method.
There are two hooks,>‘get_term’ hook – Takes two parameters the term Object and the taxonomy name. Must return term object. Used in get_term() as a catch-all filter for every $term.
‘get_$taxonomy’ hook – Takes two parameters the term Object and the taxonomy name. Must return term object. $taxonomy will be the taxonomy name, so for example, if ‘category’, it would be ‘get_category’ as the filter name. Useful for custom taxonomies or plugging into default taxonomies.
If integer, term data will be fetched from the database, or from the cache if available. If stdClass object (as in the results of a database query), will apply filters and return a WP_Term object corresponding to the $term data. If WP_Term, will return $term.
Taxonomy name that $term is part of.
Default value: ''
The required return type.>WP_Term object, an associative array, or a numeric array, respectively.
Default value: OBJECT
default is raw or no WordPress defined filter will applied.
Default value: 'raw'
(WP_Term|array|WP_Error|null) Object of the type specified by $output>WP_Term instance is returned. If taxonomy does not exist, a WP_Error is returned. Returns null for miscellaneous failure.