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Kirby 3.6.1.1

page()

Fetches a single page or multiple pages by id or the current page when no id is specified

page(string|array $id = null): Kirby\Cms\Page|Kirby\Cms\Pages|null

Parameters

Name Type Default
$id string|array null

Return type

Kirby\Cms\Page|Kirby\Cms\Pages|null

The page() helper throws a deprecation warning if multiple IDs get passed. Starting in 3.7.0 it will only return the first page. Use pages() for multiple pages instead.

Example

Fetching a specific page by URI

<?= page('blog')->title() ?>

Fetching the current page

<?= page()->title() ?>

The page() helper fetches published pages only. To fetch a draft, you have to use $kirby->page('somepage').