} return $located; } /** * Require the template file with WordPress environment. * * The globals are set up for the template file to ensure that the WordPress * environment is available from within the function. The query variables are * also available. * * @since 1.5.0 * @since 5.5.0 The `$args` parameter was added. * * @global array $posts * @global WP_Post $post Global post object. * @global bool $wp_did_header * @global WP_Query $wp_query WordPress Query object. * @global WP_Rewrite $wp_rewrite WordPress rewrite component. * @global wpdb $wpdb WordPress database abstraction object. * @global string $wp_version * @global WP $wp Current WordPress environment instance. * @global int $id * @global WP_Comment $comment Global comment object. * @global int $user_ID * * @param string $_template_file Path to template file. * @param bool $require_once Whether to require_once or require. Default true. * @param array $args Optional. Additional arguments passed to the template. * Default empty array. */ function load_template( $_template_file, $require_once = true, $args = array() ) { global $posts, $post, $wp_did_header, $wp_query, $wp_rewrite, $wpdb, $wp_version, $wp, $id, $comment, $user_ID; if ( is_array( $wp_query->query_vars ) ) { /* * This use of extract() cannot be removed. There are many possible ways that * templates could depend on variables that it creates existing, and no way to * detect and deprecate it. * * Passing the EXTR_SKIP flag is the safest option, ensuring globals and * function variables cannot be overwritten. */ // phpcs:ignore WordPress.PHP.DontExtract.extract_extract extract( $wp_query->query_vars, EXTR_SKIP ); } if ( isset( $s ) ) { $s = esc_attr( $s ); } if ( $require_once ) { require_once $_template_file; } else { require $_template_file; } }