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WordPress How to Build a WordPress Plugin Connecting WordPress Plugins with 3rd Party APIs Parsing JSON Code Challenge: Part 2

sondus zatar
sondus zatar
8,604 Points

Using the JSON feed in the comments and the existing loop, echo out each of the course names inside the list items.

<?php if( $my_plugin_profile->{'badges'}['url'] == $my_plugin_profile->{'icon_url'} ): ?>

<li class="WordPress Plugin Development">
<? php echo $WordPress Plugin Development-> {'badges"}[$iP]->{"name"}; ?></li> <li class="WordPress Theme Development"> <? php echo $WordPress Theme Development-> {'badges"}[$iP]->{"name"}; ?></li> <li class="Introduction to PHP">
<? php echo $Introduction to PHP-> {'badges"}[$iP]->{"name"}; ?></li>

where is the wrong ?

1 Answer

James Oh
James Oh
39,169 Points

This seems to have worked for me:

<?php for( $i = 0; $i < count($my_plugin_profile->courses); $i++ ): ?>
    <?php echo $my_plugin_profile->{"courses"}[$i]->{"name"} ?>
<?php endfor; ?>