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WP_Dependencies::enqueue() WP 2.1.0

Queue an item or items.

Decodes handles and arguments, then queues handles and stores arguments in the class property $args. For example in extending classes, $args is appended to the item url as a query string. Note $args is NOT the $args property of items in the $registered array.

This is a method of the class: WP_Dependencies

No Hooks.


Null. Nothing.


$WP_Dependencies = new WP_Dependencies();
$var = $WP_Dependencies->enqueue( $handles );
$handles(string/string[]) (required)
Item handle (string) or item handles (array of strings).


Since 2.1.0 Introduced.
Since 2.6.0 Moved from WP_Scripts.

Code of WP Dependencies::enqueue: wp-includes/class.wp-dependencies.php WP 5.4.2

public function enqueue( $handles ) {
	foreach ( (array) $handles as $handle ) {
		$handle = explode( '?', $handle );

		if ( ! in_array( $handle[0], $this->queue, true ) && isset( $this->registered[ $handle[0] ] ) ) {
			$this->queue[] = $handle[0];

			// Reset all dependencies so they must be recalculated in recurse_deps().
			$this->all_queued_deps = null;

			if ( isset( $handle[1] ) ) {
				$this->args[ $handle[0] ] = $handle[1];