$page->getInputfield() method

Get a single Inputfield for the given field name

  • If requested field name refers to a single field, an Inputfield object is returned.
  • If requested field name refers to a fieldset or tab, then an InputfieldWrapper representing will be returned.
  • Returned Inputfield already has values populated to it.
  • Please note this method deals only with custom fields, not system fields name 'name' or 'status', etc., as those are exclusive to the ProcessPageEdit page editor.

Usage

$inputfield = $page->getInputfield(string $fieldName);

Arguments

NameType(s)Description
fieldNamestring

Return value

Inputfield InputfieldWrapper null

Returns Inputfield, or null if given field name doesn't match field for this page.


$page methods and properties

API reference based on ProcessWire core version 3.0.148

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