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WordPress How to Build a WordPress Plugin Connecting WordPress Plugins with 3rd Party APIs Parsing JSON Code Challenge: Part 1

Zander Curtis
Zander Curtis
10,634 Points

What's Wrong With This Code?

Not getting this exercise? Can anyone lend a hand?

plugin.php
<?php

//  {
//    "name":"Username",
//    "profile_name":"profile_username",
//    "profile_url":"http://myapi.net/profile_username"
//  }

<?php echo $my_plugin_profile->{'user'}; ?> 


?>

2 Answers

Alexander Smith
Alexander Smith
2,769 Points

I'm not sure but the first thing I notice is you have two <?php ?> pairs. I would remove the ones inline with echo $my_plugin_profile->{'user'}; and try again.

Zander Curtis
Zander Curtis
10,634 Points

Thanks Alexander, that led me to the answer. I took out the "pair" and then changed 'user' to 'name'.

Alexander Smith
Alexander Smith
2,769 Points

Sorry didn't notice it removed the php tags automatically.