GET /sites/$site/posts/

Get a list of matching posts.

Resource URL

Type URL and Format
GET https://public-api.wordpress.com/rest/v1/sites/$site/posts/

Method Parameters

Parameter Type Description
$site (int|string) Site ID or domain

Query Parameters

Parameter Type Description
context (string)
display:
(default) Formats the output as HTML for display. Shortcodes are parsed, paragraph tags are added, etc..
edit:
Formats the output for editing. Shortcodes are left unparsed, significant whitespace is kept, etc..
http_envelope (bool)
false:
(default)
true:
Some environments (like in-browser Javascript or Flash) block or divert responses with a non-200 HTTP status code. Setting this parameter will force the HTTP status code to always be 200. The JSON response is wrapped in an "envelope" containing the "real" HTTP status code and headers.
pretty (bool)
false:
(default)
true:
Output pretty JSON
meta (string) Optional. Loads data from the endpoints found in the 'meta' part of the response. Comma-separated list. Example: meta=site,likes
fields (string) Optional. Returns specified fields only. Comma-separated list. Example: fields=ID,title
callback (string) An optional JSONP callback function.
number (int) The number of posts to return. Limit: 100. Default: 20.
offset (int) 0-indexed offset.
page (int) Return the Nth 1-indexed page of posts. Takes precedence over the offset parameter.
order (string)
DESC:
(default) Return posts in descending order. For dates, that means newest to oldest.
ASC:
Return posts in ascending order. For dates, that means oldest to newest.
order_by (string)
date:
(default) Order by the created time of each post.
modified:
Order by the modified time of each post.
title:
Order lexicographically by the posts' titles.
comment_count:
Order by the number of comments for each post.
ID:
Order by post ID.
after (iso 8601 datetime) Return posts dated on or after the specified datetime.
before (iso 8601 datetime) Return posts dated on or before the specified datetime.
tag (string) Specify the tag name or slug.
category (string) Specify the category name or slug.
type (string) Specify the post type. Defaults to 'post', use 'any' to query for both posts and pages. Post types besides post and page need to be whitelisted using the rest_api_allowed_post_types filter.
parent_id (int) Returns only posts which are children of the specified post. Applies only to hierarchical post types.
exclude (array|int) Excludes the specified post ID(s) from the response
exclude_tree (int) Excludes the specified post and all of its descendants from the response. Applies only to hierarchical post types.
status (string)
publish:
(default) Return only published posts.
private:
Return only private posts.
draft:
Return only draft posts.
pending:
Return only posts pending editorial approval.
future:
Return only posts scheduled for future publishing.
trash:
Return only posts in the trash.
any:
Return all posts regardless of status.
sticky (bool)
false:
(default) Post is not marked as sticky.
true:
Stick the post to the front page.
author (int) Author's user ID
search (string) Search query
meta_key (string) Metadata key that the post should contain
meta_value (string) Metadata value that the post should contain. Will only be applied if a `meta_key` is also given

Response Parameters

Parameter Type Description
found (int) The total number of posts found that match the request (ignoring limits, offsets, and pagination).
posts (array) An array of post objects.

Example

cURL

curl 'https://public-api.wordpress.com/rest/v1/sites/en.blog.wordpress.com/posts/?number=5&pretty=1'

PHP

<?php

$options  = array (
  'http' => 
  array (
    'ignore_errors' => true,
  ),
);

$context  = stream_context_create( $options );
$response = file_get_contents(
  'https://public-api.wordpress.com/rest/v1/sites/en.blog.wordpress.com/posts/?number=5&pretty=1',
  false,
  $context
);
$response = json_decode( $response );

?>

Response Body

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    "found": 1222,
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        {
            "ID": 30480,
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                "ID": 22917495,
                "login": "heymarkarms",
                "email": false,
                "name": "Mark Armstrong",
                "nice_name": "heymarkarms",
                "URL": "",
                "avatar_URL": "https:\/\/1.gravatar.com\/avatar\/19f62880113934b262c0bbb597644adb?s=96&d=retro",
                "profile_URL": "http:\/\/en.gravatar.com\/heymarkarms",
                "site_ID": 66671758
            },
            "date": "2015-03-27T15:16:54+00:00",
            "modified": "2015-03-27T15:16:54+00:00",
            "title": "The Business of Freelancing, Blogging, and Books, According to Author Jennifer Armstrong",
            "URL": "http:\/\/en.blog.wordpress.com\/2015\/03\/27\/the-business-of-freelancing-blogging-and-books-according-to-author-jennifer-armstrong\/",
            "short_URL": "http:\/\/wp.me\/pf2B5-7VC",
            "content": "<p>First, I should note: I am not related to <a href=\"http:\/\/jenniferkarmstrong.com\/\">Jennifer Armstrong<\/a>. But! I have followed her writing closely over the years &#8212; first during her years at <a href=\"http:\/\/www.ew.com\/\"><em>Entertainment Weekly<\/em><\/a>, and more recently as the author of books like <a href=\"http:\/\/www.amazon.com\/Mary-Lou-Rhoda-Ted-History\/dp\/1451659202\/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&amp;qid=1345127707&amp;sr=8-1&amp;keywords=mary+and+lou+and+ted+and+rhoda\"><em>Mary and Lou and Rhoda and Ted<\/em><\/a> (Simon &amp; Schuster), which offered a definitive history of the classic TV series. Her blog also happens to be <a href=\"http:\/\/jenniferkarmstrong.com\/\">a must-follow on WordPress.com<\/a>: She gives glimpses into her current work (she\u2019s doing a <em>Seinfeld<\/em> book next) and she\u2019s refreshingly transparent about the business (and hard truths) of being a freelance writer in 2015. I spoke with her via email about the business of writing and tips for how she makes time for her own blog.<\/p>\n<p style=\"text-align:center;\">***<\/p>\n<p style=\"text-align:center;\"><a href=\"https:\/\/en-blog.files.wordpress.com\/2015\/03\/jka-author-photo-official.jpg\"><img class=\"aligncenter size-large wp-image-30524\" src=\"https:\/\/en-blog.files.wordpress.com\/2015\/03\/jka-author-photo-official.jpg?w=1024&#038;h=682\" alt=\"JKA author photo official\"   \/><\/a><\/p>\n<h3>You are in the middle of writing a book about <em>Seinfeld<\/em>, but you are also quite prolific on your blog right now, with posts about your book research and <a href=\"http:\/\/jenniferkarmstrong.com\/2015\/03\/15\/ultimate-guide-to-setting-up-a-freelance-writing-business\/\">the business of freelancing<\/a> and <a href=\"http:\/\/jenniferkarmstrong.com\/2015\/03\/17\/the-economics-of-book-deals\/\">book publishing<\/a>. Do you force yourself into a schedule, or is this more free-flowing, when the mood strikes you?<\/h3>\n<p>It\u2019s a little bit of both. I\u2019m finishing edits on my <em>Seinfeld<\/em> book, so that will no longer be taking up much time very soon. (And it was off my plate for a while right after I turned it in.) I absolutely have a daily schedule for working on weekdays (roughly 10 a.m. \u00a0to 6 p.m., with a lunch\/rest break from 1 p.m. to 3-ish). And this includes time in the morning dedicated to checking\/responding to email, playing on social media, and blogging. I vaguely aim for daily posting, or at least daily thinking about posting; but I don\u2019t force a post if I have nothing to say. I fall off this a bit if I have a lot of pressing deadlines for paid work.<\/p>\n<h3>Wait, so you respond to email BEFORE writing? I feel like all the Lifehacker blog posts tell us to ignore email until we\u2019ve pumped out 700 words.<\/h3>\n<p>I like to get all my possible procrastination out of the way FIRST. Plus as a freelancer I get a little itchy not knowing what\u2019s going on in my email\/not responding to stuff right away. So I do one run at email (I like an inbox-zero when possible), a basic pass at Facebook and Twitter, then blog. I also like to know what\u2019s going on in the world a little before I blog; if everybody\u2019s talking about something that I want to write about, that\u2019s good to know. This honestly often takes up most to all of my morning, but then when I come back to my desk after lunch I can just write up a storm for a few solid hours. I\u2019ve always been better in the afternoon anyway. 3 to 6 p.m. tends to be my most productive time.<\/p>\n<h3>Your most recent writing on your blog has been about the business of freelancing, and what I appreciated about your original post and your follow-up post was how explicit you were about what\u2019s required to actually make a freelance writing career really happen. Is it really still possible in 2015?<\/h3>\n<p>I do think it\u2019s possible, because I\u2019ve been doing it for three years and seem like I\u2019ll make it another year. I also know other people who are doing it.<\/p>\n<h3>Your posts are also transparent about finances &#8212; like what you might be able to get from a book deal &#8212; and it seems like you look for a very delicate balance between being helpful and encouraging to those who want to pursue a freelance career, but clear about the realities of the publishing business right now.<\/h3>\n<p>No matter how many times people tell you how hard it is to be a freelance writer, you never truly understand until you do it. I guess we all like to believe we\u2019ll be the exception. And that\u2019s okay, as long as you\u2019re prepared mentally. I teach at <a href=\"http:\/\/www.writingclasses.com\/index.php\">Gotham Writers\u2019 Workshops<\/a>, and sometimes I get students who are clearly thinking they\u2019re going to just become freelance writers. It\u2019s hard for me, even with lots of experience. If they still want to do it, that\u2019s great; I just want them to know the reality.<\/p>\n<p>In that same vein, I think my approach in general when teaching writing and doing one-on-one coaching with writers is exactly what you said: being encouraging while still being very tough-love realistic. I don\u2019t want to get too \u201cboo hoo writing is so hard!\u201d Because it\u2019s a great job. But you have to have a specific temperament that\u2019s immune to rejection and loves the hustle. These traits don\u2019t come naturally to all writers. I also think it\u2019s important for us to talk a little more openly about money. There\u2019s something specific to writers that makes us shy about it. Maybe because of writing\u2019s proximity to art, like we\u2019re supposed to be doing this only out of the depths of our soul and money shouldn\u2019t matter? Writing really is a skill, and journalism definitely is. We should be paid for our work. Other professionals enjoy their work, too, and get paid decently for it.<\/p>\n<h3>Based on your past experience, what does the freelance market look like right now? Is it better or worse than it was, say, five years ago? I feel like we\u2019ve seen a lot of new media startups take off, but it\u2019s unclear to me whether many of them are using freelancers or simply hiring full-time staff.<\/h3>\n<p>Exactly! I am always loathe to say things are getting \u201cworse,\u201d though it certainly seems like it was more fun and profitable to be a freelance journalist, say, in the 1960s (or \u201970s, or \u201980s, or \u201990s \u2026). There are tons of startups now, and with venture capital. (That\u2019s key because they don\u2019t have to be profitable for a while, and yet they still have gobs of money.) I\u2019m hopeful that this will work out well for freelancers. Those places are staffing up, but I\u2019ve also successfully pitched a few. I certainly have a long list of targets right now! There\u2019s also a lot more demand for the kind of stuff I write &#8212; pop culture stuff. So it\u2019s still early to tell if <a href=\"http:\/\/www.voxmedia.com\/\">Vox<\/a> and the like are going to make a difference for us, but it does seem like the more outlets needing material, the better off we all are.<\/p>\n<h3>Do you think this influx also creates an opportunity for established freelancers to \u201cauction\u201d their stories to a highest bidder? Say, similar to book publishing\u2019s system? It feels like online publishers for a long time benefitted from the lack of competition for story pitches, allowing them to keep their rates down, and I wonder if that is changing too.<\/h3>\n<p>I hope so! I do feel like I have a few more options, and find myself sorta auctioning them in my head. That is, strategizing to start with the place most likely to pay well. Some digital outlets also pay surprisingly well, which is a change that just started to happen after the terrible \u201cfree\u201d trend of several years. I\u2019ve been pleasantly surprised with a few digital outlets recently when they told me what they\u2019d pay for something.<\/p>\n<h3>Beyond the freelancing advice on your site, you\u2019ve written a lot of great posts about your books in progress\u2014including your forthcoming book on <em>Seinfeld<\/em>. Do you have a strategy for how you write about your books that aren\u2019t yet released? Do publishers have \u201cfeelings\u201d about how much you share and when?<\/h3>\n<p>I used to think I shouldn\u2019t reveal ANYTHING. But honestly, the more I\u2019ve read about this, the more I think the opposite is true. Little tastes of books get people excited, and sometimes I sort-of \u201cworkshop\u201d stuff online. If people seem excited about it or have questions, maybe I\u2019ll put even more in the book. Also, when I\u2019m really in the thick of a book, it\u2019s hard to blog about anything else! I\u2019ve shared more about the <em>Seinfeld<\/em> book than any other I\u2019ve done, and it feels like it has gained me followers and helped build excitement for the book, which is great. And so far my publisher hasn\u2019t expressed any feelings! I do know that with previous books, they didn\u2019t want EVERYTHING online. But a little bit strategically seems to work.<\/p>\n<h3>I think that makes a ton of sense. How did the <em>Seinfeld<\/em> book idea first come together for you?<\/h3>\n<p>Well, I write about TV shows, and it\u2019s hard to imagine a show that\u2019s had more cultural impact. It\u2019s as simple as that: This is a show that went off the air 17 years ago, and somehow people are still constantly talking and writing about it! If you write books about TV, you can\u2019t do better than that.<\/p>\n<h3>Were you always a fan? I remember not really loving it (or perhaps more appropriately, not getting it) when it first aired.<\/h3>\n<p>I don\u2019t think I\u2019ve ever identified as a <em>Seinfeld<\/em> Fan (with a capital F). That made me nervous at first about tackling the book because I know how passionate some of the fans are. (Many, many people are sure they are THE biggest <em>Seinfeld<\/em> fan.) I always liked it and thought it was smart. I\u2019d almost always watch the reruns when I encountered them while flipping through channels. I never got tired of the show. (Miraculously, I am still not.) But I think not identifying as the biggest <em>Seinfeld<\/em> fan ever helped me, ultimately, in writing the book. It gave me some distance from the show and the phenomenon.<\/p>\n<h3>I wonder if working on something that has had such a huge cultural impact presents its own challenges when putting together a book\u2014the material is plentiful, but perhaps too plentiful?<\/h3>\n<p>And yes, there is tons of information! Ultimately that ends up being a good thing when you\u2019re writing a book, but it was more challenging to organize than my previous books. The other challenge is finding anything new to say about it! But I\u2019m happy to report that I did get a few \u201cscoops.\u201d I also tried to look deeper into how and why the show struck such a chord and continues to have such relevance to this very second. That, to me, is what makes the show unique among its contemporaries, and even among all other classic TV. It feels like it\u2019s still on today, it\u2019s so pervasive in our culture, even though the last episode was filmed in 1998.<\/p>\n<h3>Back to your blog: Do you have friends or colleagues with whom you share your draft posts before you publish them? Or is it more of an off-the-cuff process for you? I\u2019m just wondering whether there\u2019s a process for professional writers when it comes to when you decide you need or want a second set of eyes.<\/h3>\n<p>I don\u2019t usually do that much with blog posts; only if I\u2019m writing something delicate that I want to make sure comes through the right way. Otherwise I usually churn out a post and move on. But I am generally a huge fan of having people read stuff, especially longer pieces. I won\u2019t turn any book or proposal in without doing this. I\u2019m lucky in that my partner turns out to be a great editor (though he\u2019s not a professional). I also have some friends I go to over and over for this, most often my friend <a href=\"https:\/\/twitter.com\/hwrudulph\">Heather Wood Rud\u00falph<\/a>, with whom I wrote <a href=\"http:\/\/www.amazon.com\/Sexy-Feminism-Girls-Guide-Success\/dp\/0547738307\"><em>Sexy Feminism<\/em><\/a>. We ran a website together for about eight years, so we know we collaborate well. We read each other\u2019s stuff and have monthly-ish phone meetings to bounce pitches off of each other. I love doing this as a freelancer because we don\u2019t have the advantage of story meetings like staffers do. Ideas always get better when you talk about them.<\/p>\n",
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