$page->getMultiple() method

Get multiple Page property/field values in an array

This method works exactly the same as the get() method except that it accepts an array (or CSV string) of properties/fields to get, and likewise returns an array of those property/field values. By default it returns a regular (non-indexed) PHP array in the same order given. To instead get an associative array indexed by the property/field names given, specify true for the $assoc argument.

Available since version 3.0.201.


// returns regular array i.e. [ 'foo val', 'bar val' ]
$a = $page->getMultiple([ 'foo', 'bar' ]);
list($foo, $bar) = $a;

// returns associative array i.e. [ 'foo' => 'foo val', 'bar' => 'bar val' ]
$a = $page->getMultiple([ 'foo', 'bar' ], true);
$foo = $a['foo'];
$bar = $a['bar'];

// CSV string can also be used instead of array
$a = $page->getMultiple('foo,bar');


// basic usage
$array = $page->getMultiple($keys);

// usage with all arguments
$array = $page->getMultiple($keys, bool $assoc = false);


keysarray, string

Array or CSV string of properties to get.

assoc (optional)bool

Get associative array indexed by given properties? (default=false)

Return value


$page methods and properties

API reference based on ProcessWire core version 3.0.228

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