1

I have created a page template where I need current page URL

I have tried

get_site_url(); 

and

get_permalink();

but it shows nothing.

Let me know is anything missing in code.

3

if you're using a page template, then if you want to get the current page URL you could try to use this function:

get_permalink();

or

echo get_permalink();

if you want to print the result

0

You can get page url like this.

global $post;
echo get_permalink( $post->ID );

Hope it helps :)

  • $post may be overwritten by a secondary query, in this case get_queried_object() is safer and avoids accessing globals directly. – Milo Jul 30 '16 at 15:40
  • global variable must not be overwritten that's the bad practise. – ma_dev_15 Aug 1 '16 at 4:31
  • Using the API overwrites $post, that's how the_post works. Use API functions when available rather than relying on global variables. – Milo Aug 1 '16 at 14:49

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