Pagefiles::findTag() method

Return all Pagefile objects that have the given tag(s).

Given tag may be any of the following:

  • foo (single tag): Will return all Pagefile objects having the specified tag.
  • foo|bar|baz (multiple OR tags): Will return Pagefile objects having at least one of the tags listed.
  • foo,bar,baz (multiple AND tags): Will return Pagefile objects having ALL of the tags listed (since 3.0.17).
  • ['foo','bar','baz'] (multiple AND tags array): Same as above but can be specified as an array (since 3.0.17).

Usage

$pagefiles = $pagefiles->findTag($tag);

Arguments

NameType(s)Description
tagstring, array

Return value

Pagefiles

New Pagefiles array with items that matched the given tag(s).

Changelog

  • 3.0.17 Added support for multiple AND tags and allow tag specified as an array.

See Also


Pagefiles methods and properties

API reference based on ProcessWire core version 3.0.161

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