WP_Sitemaps_Taxonomies::get_max_num_pages() – Gets the max number of pages available for the object type.

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Description

Gets the max number of pages available for the object type.

Usage

$int = WP_Sitemaps_Taxonomies::get_max_num_pages( $object_subtype );

Parameters

$object_subtype
( string ) optional – Optional. Taxonomy name. Default empty.

Returns

int Total number of pages.

Source

File name: wordpress/wp-includes/sitemaps/providers/class-wp-sitemaps-taxonomies.php
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  public function get_max_num_pages( $object_subtype = '' ) {
    if ( empty( $object_subtype ) ) {
      return 0;
    }

    // Restores the more descriptive, specific name for use within this method.
    $taxonomy = $object_subtype;

    
/**
 * Filters the max number of pages for a taxonomy sitemap before it is generated.
 *
 * Passing a non-null value will short-circuit the generation,
 * returning that value instead.
 *
 * @since 5.5.0
 *
 * @param int|null $max_num_pages The maximum number of pages. Default null.
 * @param string   $taxonomy      Taxonomy name.
 */
    $max_num_pages = apply_filters( 'wp_sitemaps_taxonomies_pre_max_num_pages', null, $taxonomy );

    if ( null !== $max_num_pages ) {
      return $max_num_pages;
    }

    $term_count = wp_count_terms( $this->get_taxonomies_query_args( $taxonomy ) );

    return (int) ceil( $term_count / wp_sitemaps_get_max_urls( $this->object_type ) );
  }
 

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