$page->addStatus() method

Add the specified status to this page

This is the preferred way to add a new status to a page. There is also a corresponding Page::removeStatus() method.

Example

// Add hidden status to the page using status name
$page->addStatus('hidden');

// Add hidden status to the page using status constant
$page->addStatus(Page::statusHidden); 

Usage

$page->addStatus($statusFlag);

Arguments

NameType(s)Description
statusFlagint, string

Status flag constant or string representation (hidden, locked, unpublished, etc.)

Return value

$this

Object instance it was called from (method supports fluent interface).

See Also


$page methods and properties

API reference based on ProcessWire core version 3.0.135

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