This may not be a Local problem. i have a Wordpress site set up on my browser. I am learning PHP using VSC. When I run the code I get an unrecognized function error for have_post() function so I assume VSC does not recognize the dependency files in Wordpress. The VSC code is using the files created for the Wordpress set up by Local,
Can I have the VSC software recognize the wordpress files to use the wordpress functions ?
It seems like we’ve had other users run into this issue. This thread might help you here: How to link LocalWP PHP and Composer installations to VSCode?
Thanks nick-B, my problem isn’t a PHP problem, my problem is that VSC doesn’t recognize the function files in wordpress so it doesn’t acknowledge the standard wordpress functions.
Thank you for the clarification, sorry for my misunderstanding there. Our friends at Delicious Brains have an article that might help you more here: Turn Visual Studio Code into the Ultimate Editor for WordPress Development
Great I will look it up. Thanks for your help. Terry
Not sure if it’s helpful but there is no
have_post() function. It’s either
have_posts() plural or
Thanks, you’re correct but I did have have_posts() in the code. The problem is that it doesn’t recognize any wordpress. function. I received info on an article from Delicious Brains that I haven’t had time to work with but I think it will fix the problem. Thank you for taking the time to respond. Please keep watching as I have a lot of questions.
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