Schema #Schema The schema defines all the fields that exist for a page object. date string, datetime (ISO8601) The date the object was published, in the site’s timezone. Context: view, edit, embed date_gmt string, datetime (ISO8601) The date the object was published, as GMT. Context: view, edit guid object The globally unique identifier for the object. Read only Context: view, edit id integer Unique identifier for the object. Read only Context: view, edit, embed link string, uri URL to the object. Read only Context: view, edit, embed modified string, datetime (ISO8601) The date the object was last modified, in the site’s timezone. Read only Context: view, edit modified_gmt string, datetime (ISO8601) The date the object was last modified, as GMT. Read only Context: view, edit slug string An alphanumeric identifier for the object unique to its type. Context: view, edit, embed status string A named status for the object. Context: edit One of: publish, future, draft, pending, private type string Type of Post for the object. Read only Context: view, edit, embed parent integer The id for the parent of the object. Context: view, edit title object The title for the object. Context: view, edit, embed content object The content for the object. Context: view, edit author integer The id for the author of the object. Context: view, edit, embed excerpt object The excerpt for the object. Context: view, edit, embed featured_media integer The id of the featured media for the object. Context: view, edit comment_status string Whether or not comments are open on the object. Context: view, edit One of: open, closed ping_status string Whether or not the object can be pinged. Context: view, edit One of: open, closed menu_order integer The order of the object in relation to other object of its type. Context: view, edit meta object Meta fields. Context: view, edit template string The theme file to use to display the object. Context: view, edit One of: Example Request #Example Request $ curl -X OPTIONS -i http://demo.wp-api.org/wp-json/wp/v2/pages Top ↑ List Pages #List Pages Top ↑ Arguments #Arguments context Scope under which the request is made; determines fields present in response. Default: view One of: view, embed, edit page Current page of the collection. Default: 1 per_page Maximum number of items to be returned in result set. Default: 10 search Limit results to those matching a string. after Limit response to resources published after a given ISO8601 compliant date. author Limit result set to posts assigned to specific authors. Default: author_exclude Ensure result set excludes posts assigned to specific authors. Default: before Limit response to resources published before a given ISO8601 compliant date. exclude Ensure result set excludes specific ids. Default: include Limit result set to specific ids. Default: menu_order Limit result set to resources with a specific menu_order value. offset Offset the result set by a specific number of items. order Order sort attribute ascending or descending. Default: desc One of: asc, desc orderby Sort collection by object attribute. Default: date One of: date, relevance, id, include, title, slug, menu_order parent Limit result set to those of particular parent ids. Default: parent_exclude Limit result set to all items except those of a particular parent id. Default: slug Limit result set to posts with a specific slug. status Limit result set to posts assigned a specific status; can be comma-delimited list of status types. Default: publish One of: publish, future, draft, pending, private, trash, auto-draft, inherit, any filter Use WP Query arguments to modify the response; private query vars require appropriate authorization. Top ↑ Definition #Definition GET /wp/v2/pages Example Request #Example Request $ curl http://demo.wp-api.org/wp-json/wp/v2/pages Top ↑ Retrieve a Page #Retrieve a Page Top ↑ Arguments #Arguments context Scope under which the request is made; determines fields present in response. Default: view One of: view, embed, edit password The password for the post if it is password protected. Top ↑ Definition #Definition GET /wp/v2/pages/<id> Example Request #Example Request $ curl http://demo.wp-api.org/wp-json/wp/v2/pages/<id> Top ↑ Create a Page #Create a Page Top ↑ Arguments #Arguments date The date the object was published, in the site’s timezone. date_gmt The date the object was published, as GMT. slug An alphanumeric identifier for the object unique to its type. status A named status for the object. One of: publish, future, draft, pending, private parent The id for the parent of the object. title The title for the object. content The content for the object. author The id for the author of the object. excerpt The excerpt for the object. featured_media The id of the featured media for the object. comment_status Whether or not comments are open on the object. One of: open, closed ping_status Whether or not the object can be pinged. One of: open, closed menu_order The order of the object in relation to other object of its type. meta Meta fields. template The theme file to use to display the object. One of: Top ↑ Definition #Definition POST /wp/v2/pages Top ↑ Update a Page #Update a Page Top ↑ Arguments #Arguments date The date the object was published, in the site’s timezone. date_gmt The date the object was published, as GMT. slug An alphanumeric identifier for the object unique to its type. status A named status for the object. One of: publish, future, draft, pending, private parent The id for the parent of the object. title The title for the object. content The content for the object. author The id for the author of the object. excerpt The excerpt for the object. featured_media The id of the featured media for the object. comment_status Whether or not comments are open on the object. One of: open, closed ping_status Whether or not the object can be pinged. One of: open, closed menu_order The order of the object in relation to other object of its type. meta Meta fields. template The theme file to use to display the object. One of: Top ↑ Definition #Definition POST /wp/v2/pages/<id> Example Request #Example Request Top ↑ Delete a Page #Delete a Page Top ↑ Arguments #Arguments force Whether to bypass trash and force deletion. Top ↑ Definition #Definition DELETE /wp/v2/pages/<id> Example Request #Example Request $ curl -X DELETE http://demo.wp-api.org/wp-json/wp/v2/pages/<id>