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Function Reference/wp script is

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Description

Determine if a script has been registered, enqueued, printed, or is waiting to be printed. Very useful when registering/enqueing scripts in plugins to avoid conflicts with other plugin scripts.

Usage

<?php wp_script_is$handle$list 'enqueued' ); ?>

Parameters

$handle
(string) (required) Name of the script. Lowercase string.
Default: None
$list
(string) (optional) The list to query.
  • registered - script was registered through wp_register_script()
  • enqueued / queue - script was enqueued
  • done - script has been printed
  • to_do - script has not yet been printed
Default: enqueued

Return Values

(bool) 
True or false.

Example

   $handle = 'fluidVids.js';
   $list = 'enqueued';
     if (wp_script_is( $handle, $list )) {
       return;
     } else {
       wp_register_script( 'fluidVids.js', plugin_dir_url(__FILE__).'js/fluidvids.min.js');
       wp_enqueue_script( 'fluidVids.js' );
     }

This would check if the script named 'fluidVids.js' is enqueued. If it is enqueued, it does nothing. If it is not enqueued, the files are then registered and enqueued.

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Source File

wp_script_is() is located in wp-includes/functions.wp-scripts.php.

Related

See also index of Function Reference and index of Template Tags.