$page->nextUntil() method

Return all sibling pages after this one until matching the one specified

Usage

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

// usage with all arguments
$items = $page->nextUntil($selector = '', $filter = '', PageArray $siblings = null);

Arguments

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

May either be a selector or Page to stop at. Results will not include this.

filter (optional)string, array

Optional selector to filter matched pages by

siblings (optional)PageArray

Optional PageArray of siblings to use instead (avoid).

Return value


$page methods and properties

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