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Hello in the "action init" to fairly large function, but I would like to add a filter to modify the vars variables, for example the wordpress post ID. That is to say:

add_action( 'init',function(){
    ///code
    //code

    add_filter( 'query_vars',function($vars){
        $vars[] = array('ID' => $myid);
         return $vars;

    });
});

This is possible?

EDIT: I am doing A/B/C tests of pages and with the same url I want to show a page with another ID, ie, edit the ID of the current post to display the complete content of another post.

  • This is a perfect example of an XY problem- you are asking about what you think the solution is rather than stating what the problem is that you are trying to solve. Yes, you can add a filter inside init, but this approach to your problem is completely wrong. Your comment below "I am doing A/B/C tests of pages and with the same url I want to show a page or another ID" should be your question. – Milo May 7 '17 at 16:25
  • @Milo You're absolutely right, but I've tried and I have not been able to edit the post ID. Right now I'm using a very bad option that is using file_get_content – jcarlosweb May 8 '17 at 17:57
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To alter the page ID before the query is run, hook the request filter.

If you're using pretty permalinks, pagename will be set, you can overwrite pagename with another page slug:

function wpd_265903_request( $request ) {
    if( isset( $request['pagename'] ) ){ // any page
        $request['pagename'] = 'some-other-slug';
    }
    return $request;
}
add_filter('request', 'wpd_265903_request');

or you can unset pagename and set page_id:

function wpd_265903_request( $request ) {
    if( isset( $request['pagename'] ) ){
        unset( $request['pagename'] );
        $request['page_id'] = 106;
    }
    return $request;
}
add_filter( 'request', 'wpd_265903_request' );
  • thanks thanks, work perfectly, Sorry I can not give you points. – jcarlosweb May 9 '17 at 14:29
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Yes, it's possible to do something like that. And in fact, if you want to remove actions/filters, then you will be almost certainly be required to use one hook to remove it.

For instance, plugins load before the theme. So if a theme adds a hook to the init hook from the functions.php file like so:

add_action( 'init', 'wpse_265903_init' );

Plugins would not be able to remove that action until after the theme gets setup:

add_action( 'after_setup_theme', function() {
  remove_action( 'init', 'wpse_265903_init' );
} );

Similarly, if you want some hooks to run only after the admin_init hook, then you can do something like this:

add_action( 'admin_init', function() {
  add_action( 'the_post', function() {
    do_something();
  } );
} );

The init hook fires on every request though, so I'm not sure the purpose of adding hooks from that particular hook.

  • I understand perfectly, and apologize if you do not explain to me well, I am doing a A/B/C tests of pages and with the same url I want to show a page with another ID, and now I am testing several filters and action and I can not do it. – jcarlosweb May 8 '17 at 17:59
  • I answered the question you asked. Not the one that I was magically supposed to know that you wanted answered. – Nathan Johnson May 8 '17 at 18:24

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