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  • Is there any way to manually figure out which post/page/whatever a particular URI points to?

    I know PHP must do this every time someone connects to the server, but I haven’t been able to figure out where or what function to use.

    I spent a while digging through the WordPress source and can’t find it. I figured out it must happen somewhere between wp-settings.php (where it starts by fixing IIS url bugs) and wp-query.php (where it sets the flags that say what kind of resource you’re looking at). But where exactly I haven’t been able to find it.

    Thanks!

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  • I know PHP must do this every time someone connects to the server, but I haven’t been able to figure out where or what function to use.

    Er, I mean WordPress, not PHP. 🙂

    I’ve tracked it down, I think it’s WP->parse_request() in classes.php. I’m trying now to figure out how to call it manually without messing up any critical global variables…

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