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get_linkobjects() WP 1.0.1

Deprecated from version 2.1.0. It is no longer supported and can be removed in future releases. Use get_bookmarks() instead.

Gets an array of link objects associated with category n.

Usage:

$links = get_linkobjects(1);
if ($links) {
	foreach ($links as $link) {
		echo '<li>'.$link->link_name.'<br />'.$link->link_description.'</li>';
	}
}

Fields are:

  • link_id
  • link_url
  • link_name
  • link_image
  • link_target
  • link_category
  • link_description
  • link_visible
  • link_owner
  • link_rating
  • link_updated
  • link_rel
  • link_notes

No Hooks.

Return

Array. Null. Nothing.

Usage

get_linkobjects( $category, $orderby, $limit );
$category(int)
The category to use. If no category supplied, uses all.
$orderby(string)
The order to output the links. E.g. 'id', 'name', 'url', 'description', 'rating', or 'owner'. If you start the name with an underscore, the order will be reversed. Specifying 'rand' as the order will return links in a random order.
Default: 'name'
$limit(int)
Limit to X entries. If not specified, all entries are shown.

Notes

  • See: get_bookmarks()

Changelog

Since 1.0.1 Introduced.
Deprecated Since 2.1.0 Use get_bookmarks()

Code of get_linkobjects() WP 5.7.1

<?php
function get_linkobjects($category = 0, $orderby = 'name', $limit = 0) {
	_deprecated_function( __FUNCTION__, '2.1.0', 'get_bookmarks()' );

	$links = get_bookmarks( array( 'category' => $category, 'orderby' => $orderby, 'limit' => $limit ) ) ;

	$links_array = array();
	foreach ($links as $link)
		$links_array[] = $link;

	return $links_array;
}