PageFrontEdit class

Enables front-end editing of page fields.

Click any linked item for full usage details and examples. Hookable methods are indicated with the icon. In addition to those shown below, the PageFrontEdit class also inherits all the methods and properties of: WireData and Wire.

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PageFrontEdit::buttonLocation string 
PageFrontEdit::buttonType string 
PageFrontEdit::editRegionAttr string 
PageFrontEdit::editRegionTag string 
PageFrontEdit::inlineAllowFieldtypes array 
PageFrontEdit::inlineEditFields array 
PageFrontEdit::inlineHookFormatValue(HookEvent $event)
(nothing)Hook to Fieldtype::formatValue 
PageFrontEdit::inlineIsEditable(Page $page, Field $field)
boolIs the given page and field editable on the front-end? 
PageFrontEdit::inlineIsSaveable(Page $page, Field $field)
boolIs the given page and field saveable on the front-end? 
PageFrontEdit::inlineLimitPage bool int Limit editor to current page only 
PageFrontEdit::inlineSupported(Field $field)
boolIs inline mode supported for the given field? 
stringRender markup output for javascripts and editor interface 
PageFrontEdit::setPage(Page $page)
(nothing)Set the page being edited 

For hooks

These methods are only useful for hooking and should not be called directly.

Page nullGet the page being edited or null if not yet set

Additional methods and properties

In addition to the methods and properties above, PageFrontEdit also inherits the methods and properties of these classes:

API reference based on ProcessWire core version 3.0.214

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