$page->getInputfields() method

Return all Inputfield objects necessary to edit this page

This method returns an InputfieldWrapper object that contains all the custom Inputfield objects required to edit this page. You may also specify a $fieldName argument to limit what is contained in the returned InputfieldWrapper.

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

// basic usage
$inputfieldWrapper = $page->getInputfields();

// usage with all arguments
$inputfieldWrapper = $page->getInputfields($fieldName = '');

Arguments

NameType(s)Description
fieldName (optional)string, array

Optional field to limit to, typically the name of a fieldset or tab.

Return value

null InputfieldWrapper

Returns an InputfieldWrapper array of Inputfield objects, or NULL on failure.


$page methods and properties

API reference based on ProcessWire core version 3.0.137

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