$page->sortfield() method

Return the field name by which children are sorted

  • If sort is descending, then field name is prepended with a "-".
  • Returns the value "sort" if pages are unsorted or sorted manually.
  • Note the return value from this method may be different from the Page::sortfield (lowercase) property, as this method considers the sort field specified with the template as well.

Usage

$string = $page->sortfield();

Return value

string


$page methods and properties

API reference based on ProcessWire core version 3.0.161

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