$page->nextAll() method

Return all sibling pages after this one, optionally matching a selector

Usage

// basic usage
$items = $page->nextAll();

// usage with all arguments
$items = $page->nextAll($selector = '', $getQty = false, bool $getPrev = false);

Arguments

NameType(s)Description
selector (optional)string, array, bool

Optional selector. When specified, will filter the found siblings.

getQty (optional)bool, PageArray

Return a count instead of PageArray? (boolean)

  • If no $selector argument is needed, this may be specified as the first argument.
  • Legacy support: You may specify a PageArray of siblings to use instead of the default (deprecated, avoid it).
getPrev (optional)bool

For internal use, makes this method implement the prevAll() behavior instead.

Return value

PageArray int

Returns all matching pages after this one, or integer if $count option specified.


$page methods and properties

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