The CS Track project, with the aim of promoting the reuse of its content on other platforms and external services, as well as web, mobile and desktop applications, makes it easy to query the WordPress REST API using URL syntax.

It is allowed to retrieve information from posts and pages, categories, tags and comments, among other resources.

The available Endpoints correspond to the documentation for developers of the WordPress REST API, available at with the mask

For example, to retrieve all categories you should use

For each resource, the corresponding schema and the arguments to retrieve the contents in a specific way are indicated in the documentation.

Through API development platforms such as Postman, Endpoints can be tested and the arguments adjusted to retrieve the desired content.

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