wp_readonly() – Outputs the HTML readonly attribute.

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Description

Outputs the HTML readonly attribute.

Compares the first two arguments and if identical marks as readonly.

Usage

$string = wp_readonly( $readonly, $current, $echo );

Parameters

$readonly
( mixed ) required – One of the values to compare.
$current
( mixed ) optional default: 1 – Optional. The other value to compare if not just true. Default true.
$echo
( bool ) optional default: 1 – Optional. Whether to echo or just return the string. Default true.

Returns

string HTML attribute or empty string.

Source

File name: wordpress/wp-includes/general-template.php
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function wp_readonly( $readonly, $current = true, $echo = true ) {
  return __checked_selected_helper( $readonly, $current, $echo, 'readonly' );
}
 

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