Field::getContext() method

Get this field in context of a Page/Template

Available since version 3.0.162.

Usage

// basic usage
$field = $field->getContext($for);

// usage with all arguments
$field = $field->getContext($for, string $namespace = '', bool $has = false);

Arguments

NameType(s)Description
forPage, Template, Fieldgroup, string

Specify Page, Template, or template name string

namespace (optional)string

Optional namespace (internal use)

has (optional)bool

Return boolean rather than Field to check if context exists? (default=false)

Return value

Field bool

See Also


$field methods and properties

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