Template::urlSegments() method

Get or set allowed URL segments


// basic usage
$array = $template->urlSegments();

// usage with all arguments
$array = $template->urlSegments($value = '~');


value (optional)array, int, bool, string

Omit to return current value, or to set value:

  • Specify array of allowed URL segments, may include 'segment', 'segment/path' or 'regex:your-regex'.
  • Or specify boolean true or 1 to enable all URL segments.
  • Or specify integer 0, boolean false, or blank array to disable all URL segments.

Return value

array int

Returns array of allowed URL segments, or 0 if disabled, or 1 if any allowed.

Template methods and properties

API reference based on ProcessWire core version 3.0.160

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