Fieldgroup::hasFieldContext() method

Does the given Field have context data available in this fieldgroup?

A Field with context data is one that overrides one or more settings present with the Field when it is outside the context of this Fieldgroup. For example, perhaps a Field has a columnWidth setting of 100% in its global settings, but only 50% when used in this Fieldgroup.

Usage

// basic usage
$bool = $fieldgroup->hasFieldContext($field);

// usage with all arguments
$bool = $fieldgroup->hasFieldContext($field, string $namespace = '');

Arguments

NameType(s)Description
fieldint, string, Field

Field object, name or id

namespace (optional)string

Optional namespace string for context

Return value

bool

True if additional context information is available, false if not.


Fieldgroup methods and properties

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