$page->hasStatus() method

Does this page have the given status?

This method is the preferred way to check if a page has a particular status. The status may be specified as one of the Page::status constants or a string representing one of the constants, i.e. hidden, unpublished, locked, and so on.

Example

// check if page has hidden status using status name
if($page->hasStatus('hidden')) { ... }

// check if page has hidden status using status constant
if($page->hasStatus(Page::statusHidden)) { ... }

// There are also method shortcuts, i.e.
if($page->isHidden()) { ... }
if($page->isUnpublished()) { ... }
if($page->isLocked()) { ... }

Usage

$bool = $page->hasStatus($status);

Arguments

NameType(s)Description
statusint, string

Status flag constant or string representation (hidden, locked, unpublished, etc.)

Return value

bool

Returns true if page has the given status, or false if it doesn't.

See Also


$page methods and properties

API reference based on ProcessWire core version 3.0.161

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