$page->prevAll() method

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

Usage

// basic usage
$page = $page->prevAll();

// usage with all arguments
$page = $page->prevAll($selector = '', $getQty = 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).

Return value

Page NullPage int

Returns all matching pages before this one, or integer if $getQty requested.


$page methods and properties

API reference based on ProcessWire core version 3.0.160

Twitter updates

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