2010-06-13 11:03
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How to get current page URL and title in WordPress?

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  • dousou2897 2010-06-13 11:26

    Here are few super global variables for getting url info:



    $_SERVER['SCRIPT_NAME'] will be same - /index.php. It is irrespective of the actual URI ($_SERVER['REQUEST_URI']) used to access the site.

    As it returns the actual script name, it fails provide additional path information that may be present. So if the $_SERVER['REQUEST_URI'] is /index.php/big/directory/ then too the $_SERVER['SCRIPT_NAME'] will be same - /index.php.

    $_SERVER['SCRIPT_NAME'] is supported on all platforms


    This is the filename of the currently executing script, relative to the document root. However, unlike $_SERVER['SCRIPT_NAME'], it provides additional path information like $_SERVER['REQUEST_URI'] when the actual php file is present in the path. So when the $_SERVER['REQUEST_URI'] is /index.php/big/directory/ then $_SERVER['PHP_SELF'] will be /index.php/big/directory/.

    However if all the URI's under is mapped to, then, for example, will return /index.php like $_SERVER['SCRIPT_NAME']. Note that $_SERVER['REQUEST_URI'] data is ignored for this request.


    It will give you entire url including query string vars.

    Title of the page:

    There is no built-in functionality to get title of the page, however, you can use the HTML Simple DOM to read the contents of <h2.


    $title = str_get_html('<title></title>');

    Now, you can use $title however, you like. Visit the their site for more info about it.

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  • douguanya6399 2010-06-13 11:13

    you can get the URL by

    'http://' . $_SERVER['SERVER_NAME'] . $_SERVER['REQUEST_URI']



    might work on some platforms.

    the title is something that the PHP program gives back to the browser via HTML:

    <html><head><title>title is here</title> ...

    so it is not something that you "get" unless you get something from the DB and send back to the browser.

    Update... do you mean the title of page that leads to your php file? (the user clicks on that page to get to your php file.) in that case, you can use $_SERVER['HTTP_REFERER'] but it is not guaranteed to contain any data (but most of the time it will).

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  • dongrong7267 2013-06-01 16:31

    If you are using wordpress, and you want to print the post title you can use,

    <?php echo get_the_title(); ?>

    documentation here:

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