PageArray::getSelectors() method

Return the Selectors that led to this PageArray, or null if not set/applicable.

Use this to retrieve the Selectors that were used to find this group of pages, if dealing with a PageArray that originated from a database operation.


$products = $pages->find("template=product, featured=1, sort=-modified, limit=10"); 
echo $products->getSelectors(); // outputs the selector above


// basic usage
$selectors = $pageArray->getSelectors();

// usage with all arguments
$selectors = $pageArray->getSelectors(bool $getString = false);


getString (optional)bool

Specify true to get selector string rather than Selectors object (default=false) added in 3.0.142

Return value

Selectors string null

Returns Selectors object if available, or null if not. Always return string if $getString argument is true.

PageArray methods and properties

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