View

Type
Class
Namespace
craft\web
Inherits
craft\web\View » yii\web\View » yii\base\View » yii\base\Component » yii\base\BaseObject
Implements
yii\base\Configurable, yii\base\DynamicContentAwareInterface
Since
3.0.0

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# Public Properties

Property Description
allowEval boolean – Whether to allow evaluateDynamicContent() to be called.
assetBundles yii\web\AssetBundle – List of the registered asset bundles.
assetManager yii\web\AssetManager – The asset manager.
behaviors yii\base\Behavior – List of behaviors attached to this component
blocks array – A list of named output blocks.
bodyHtml string – The rendered content
context yii\base\ViewContextInterface – The context under which the renderFile() method is being invoked.
cpTemplateRoots array
css array – The registered CSS code blocks.
cssFiles array – The registered CSS files.
defaultExtension string – The default view file extension.
deltaNames string[]
dynamicContents yii\base\DynamicContentAwareInterface – Class instances supporting dynamic contents.
headHtml string – The rendered content
initialDeltaValue mixed[]
isDeltaRegistrationActive boolean
isRenderingPageTemplate boolean – Whether a page template is currently being rendered.
isRenderingTemplate boolean – Whether a template is currently being rendered.
js array – The registered JS code blocks
jsFiles array – The registered JS files.
linkTags array – The registered link tags.
metaTags array – The registered meta tags.
minifyCss boolean – Whether to minify CSS registered with registerCss()
minifyJs boolean – Whether to minify JS registered with registerJs()
namespace string, null – The namespace.
params mixed – Custom parameters that are shared among view templates.
registeredAssetBundles string[] – Asset bundle names
registeredJsFiles string[]
renderers array – A list of available renderers indexed by their corresponding supported file extensions.
siteTemplateRoots array
templateMode string – Either site or cp.
templatesPath string
theme yii\base\Theme, array, string – The theme object or the configuration for creating the theme object.
title string – The page title
twig craft\web\twig\Environment
viewFile string, boolean – The view file currently being rendered.

# allowEval

Type
boolean
Since
3.5.0

Whether to allow evaluateDynamicContent() to be called.

WARNING

Don’t enable this unless you have a very good reason to.

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# bodyHtml

Type
string
Access
Read-only

The rendered content

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# cpTemplateRoots

Type
array
Access
Read-only

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# deltaNames

Type
string[]
Access
Read-only
Since
3.4.0

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# headHtml

Type
string
Access
Read-only

The rendered content

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# initialDeltaValue

Type
mixed[]
Access
Read-only
Since
3.4.6

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# isDeltaRegistrationActive

Type
boolean
Since
3.4.0

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# isRenderingPageTemplate

Type
boolean
Access
Read-only

Whether a page template is currently being rendered.

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# isRenderingTemplate

Type
boolean
Access
Read-only

Whether a template is currently being rendered.

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# minifyCss

Type
boolean
Since
3.4.0

Whether to minify CSS registered with registerCss()

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# minifyJs

Type
boolean
Since
3.4.0

Whether to minify JS registered with registerJs()

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# namespace

Type
string, null
Access
Read-only

The namespace.

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# registeredAssetBundles

Type
string[]
Access
Write-only
Since
3.0.10

Asset bundle names

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# registeredJsFiles

Type
string[]
Access
Write-only
Since
3.0.10

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# siteTemplateRoots

Type
array
Access
Read-only

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# templateMode

Type
string

Either site or cp.

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# templatesPath

Type
string

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# twig

Type
craft\web\twig\Environment
Access
Read-only

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# Public Methods

Method Description
__call() Calls the named method which is not a class method.
__clone() This method is called after the object is created by cloning an existing one.
__construct() Constructor.
__get() Returns the value of an object property.
__isset() Checks if a property is set, i.e. defined and not null.
__set() Sets value of an object property.
__unset() Sets an object property to null.
addDynamicPlaceholder() Adds a placeholder for dynamic content.
afterRender() This method is invoked right after renderFile() renders a view file.
afterRenderPageTemplate() Performs actions after a page template is rendered.
afterRenderTemplate() Performs actions after a template is rendered.
attachBehavior() Attaches a behavior to this component.
attachBehaviors() Attaches a list of behaviors to the component.
beforeRender() This method is invoked right before renderFile() renders a view file.
beforeRenderPageTemplate() Performs actions before a page template is rendered.
beforeRenderTemplate() Performs actions before a template is rendered.
beginBlock() Begins recording a block.
beginBody() Marks the beginning of an HTML body section.
beginCache() Begins fragment caching.
beginContent() Begins the rendering of content that is to be decorated by the specified view.
beginPage() Marks the beginning of a page.
behaviors() Returns a list of behaviors that this component should behave as.
canGetProperty() Returns a value indicating whether a property can be read.
canSetProperty() Returns a value indicating whether a property can be set.
className() Returns the fully qualified name of this class.
clear() Clears up the registered meta tags, link tags, css/js scripts and files.
clearJsBuffer() Clears and ends a JavaScript buffer, returning whatever JavaScript code was included while the buffer was active.
createTwig() Creates a new Twig environment.
detachBehavior() Detaches a behavior from the component.
detachBehaviors() Detaches all behaviors from the component.
doesTemplateExist() Returns whether a template exists.
endBlock() Ends recording a block.
endBody() Marks the ending of an HTML body section.
endCache() Ends fragment caching.
endContent() Ends the rendering of content.
endPage() Marks the ending of an HTML page.
ensureBehaviors() Makes sure that the behaviors declared in behaviors() are attached to this component.
evaluateDynamicContent() Evaluates the given PHP statements.
formatInputId() Formats an ID out of an input name.
getAssetManager() Registers the asset manager being used by this view object.
getBehavior() Returns the named behavior object.
getBehaviors() Returns all behaviors attached to this component.
getBodyHtml() Returns the content to be inserted at the end of the body section.
getCpTemplateRoots() Returns any registered control panel template roots.
getDeltaNames() Returns all of the registered delta input names.
getDynamicContents() Returns a list of currently active dynamic content class instances.
getDynamicPlaceholders() Returns a list of placeholders for dynamic content. This method is used internally to implement the content caching feature.
getHeadHtml() Returns the content to be inserted in the head section.
getInitialDeltaValue() Returns the initial values of delta inputs.
getIsDeltaRegistrationActive() Returns whether delta input name registration is currently active
getIsRenderingPageTemplate() Returns whether a page template is currently being rendered.
getIsRenderingTemplate() Returns whether a template is currently being rendered.
getNamespace() Returns the active namespace.
getSiteTemplateRoots() Returns any registered site template roots.
getTemplateMode() Returns the current template mode (either site or cp).
getTemplatesPath() Returns the base path that templates should be found in.
getTwig() Returns the Twig environment.
getViewFile()
hasEventHandlers() Returns a value indicating whether there is any handler attached to the named event.
hasMethod() Returns a value indicating whether a method is defined.
hasProperty() Returns a value indicating whether a property is defined.
head() Marks the position of an HTML head section.
hook() Queues up a method to be called by a given template hook.
init() Initializes the view component.
invokeHook() Invokes a template hook.
namespaceInputId() Namespaces an input ID.
namespaceInputName() Namespaces an input name.
namespaceInputs() Renames HTML input names so they belong to a namespace.
normalizeObjectTemplate() Normalizes an object template for renderObjectTemplate().
off() Detaches an existing event handler from this component.
on() Attaches an event handler to an event.
popDynamicContent() Removes a last class instance supporting dynamic contents from a list of currently active dynamic content class instances.
pushDynamicContent() Adds a class instance supporting dynamic contents to the end of a list of currently active dynamic content class instances.
registerAssetBundle() Registers the named asset bundle.
registerCsrfMetaTags() Registers CSRF meta tags.
registerCss() Registers a CSS code block.
registerCssFile() Registers a CSS file.
registerDeltaName() Registers a delta input name.
registerHiResCss() Registers a hi-res CSS code block.
registerHtml() Registers arbitrary HTML to be injected into the final page response.
registerJs() Registers a JS code block.
registerJsFile() Registers a JS file.
registerJsVar() Registers a JS code block defining a variable. The name of variable will be used as key, preventing duplicated variable names.
registerLinkTag() Registers a link tag.
registerMetaTag() Registers a meta tag.
registerScript() Registers a generic <script> code block.
registerTranslations() Translates messages for a given translation category, so they will be available for Craft.t() calls in the control panel.
registerTwigExtension() Registers a new Twig extension, which will be added on existing environments and queued up for future environments.
render() Renders a view.
renderAjax() Renders a view in response to an AJAX request.
renderDynamic() Renders dynamic content returned by the given PHP statements.
renderFile() Renders a view file.
renderObjectTemplate() Renders an object template.
renderPageTemplate() Renders a Twig template that represents an entire web page.
renderPhpFile() Renders a view file as a PHP script.
renderString() Renders a template defined in a string.
renderTemplate() Renders a Twig template.
renderTemplateMacro() Renders a macro within a given Twig template.
resolveTemplate() Finds a template on the file system and returns its path.
setAssetManager() Sets the asset manager.
setDynamicPlaceholders() Sets a list of placeholders for dynamic content. This method is used internally to implement the content caching feature.
setInitialDeltaValue() Sets the initial value of a delta input name.
setIsDeltaRegistrationActive() Sets whether delta input name registration is active.
setNamespace() Sets the active namespace.
setRegisteredAssetBundles() Sets the asset bundle names that should be marked as already registered.
setRegisteredJsFiles() Sets the JS files that should be marked as already registered.
setTemplateMode() Sets the current template mode.
setTemplatesPath() Sets the base path that templates should be found in.
startJsBuffer() Starts a JavaScript buffer.
trigger() Triggers an event.

# afterRenderPageTemplate()

Performs actions after a page template is rendered.

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Arguments

  • $template (mixed) – The name of the template that was rendered
  • $variables (array) – The variables that were available to the template
  • $templateMode (string) – The template mode that was used when rendering the template
  • $output (string) – The template’s rendering result

# afterRenderTemplate()

Performs actions after a template is rendered.

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Arguments

  • $template (mixed) – The name of the template that was rendered
  • $variables (array) – The variables that were available to the template
  • $templateMode (string) – The template mode that was used when rendering the template
  • $output (string) – The template’s rendering result

# beforeRenderPageTemplate()

Performs actions before a page template is rendered.

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Arguments

  • $template (mixed) – The name of the template to render
  • $variables
  • $templateMode

Returns

boolean – Whether the template should be rendered

# beforeRenderTemplate()

Performs actions before a template is rendered.

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Arguments

  • $template (mixed) – The name of the template to render
  • $variables
  • $templateMode

Returns

boolean – Whether the template should be rendered

# clearJsBuffer()

Clears and ends a JavaScript buffer, returning whatever JavaScript code was included while the buffer was active.

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Arguments

  • $scriptTag (boolean) – Whether the JavaScript code should be wrapped in a <script> tag. Defaults to true.

Returns

string, false – The JS code that was included in the active JS buffer, or false if there isn’t one

# createTwig()

Creates a new Twig environment.

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Returns

craft\web\twig\Environment

# doesTemplateExist()

Returns whether a template exists.

Internally, this will just call resolveTemplate() with the given template name, and return whether that method found anything.

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Arguments

  • $name (string) – The name of the template.
  • $templateMode (string, null) – The template mode to use.

Returns

boolean – Whether the template exists.

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# endBody()

Marks the ending of an HTML body section.

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# endPage()

Marks the ending of an HTML page.

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Arguments

  • $ajaxMode (boolean) – Whether the view is rendering in AJAX mode. If true, the JS scripts registered at POS_READY and POS_LOAD positions will be rendered at the end of the view like normal scripts.

# evaluateDynamicContent()

Evaluates the given PHP statements.

This method is mainly used internally to implement dynamic content feature.

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Arguments

  • $statements (string) – The PHP statements to be evaluated.

Returns

mixed – The return value of the PHP statements.

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# formatInputId()

DEPRECATED

Deprecated in 3.5.0. Use craft\helpers\Html::id() instead.

Formats an ID out of an input name.

This method takes a given input name and returns a valid ID based on it. For example, if given the following input name: foo[bar][title] the following ID would be returned: foo-bar-title

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Arguments

  • $inputName (string) – The input name.

Returns

string – The input ID.

# getBodyHtml()

Returns the content to be inserted at the end of the body section.

This includes:

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Arguments

  • $clear (boolean) – Whether the content should be cleared from the queue (default is true)

Returns

string – The rendered content

# getCpTemplateRoots()

Returns any registered control panel template roots.

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Returns

array

# getDeltaNames()

Since
3.4.0

Returns all of the registered delta input names.

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Returns

string[]

# getHeadHtml()

Returns the content to be inserted in the head section.

This includes:

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Arguments

  • $clear (boolean) – Whether the content should be cleared from the queue (default is true)

Returns

string – The rendered content

# getInitialDeltaValue()

Since
3.4.6

Returns the initial values of delta inputs.

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Returns

mixed[]

# getIsDeltaRegistrationActive()

Since
3.4.0

Returns whether delta input name registration is currently active

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Returns

boolean

# getIsRenderingPageTemplate()

Returns whether a page template is currently being rendered.

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Returns

boolean – Whether a page template is currently being rendered.

# getIsRenderingTemplate()

Returns whether a template is currently being rendered.

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Returns

boolean – Whether a template is currently being rendered.

# getNamespace()

Returns the active namespace.

This is the default namespaces that will be used when namespaceInputs(), namespaceInputName(), and namespaceInputId() are called, if their $namespace arguments are null.

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Returns

string, null – The namespace.

# getSiteTemplateRoots()

Returns any registered site template roots.

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Returns

array

# getTemplateMode()

Returns the current template mode (either site or cp).

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Returns

string – Either site or cp.

# getTemplatesPath()

Returns the base path that templates should be found in.

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Returns

string

# getTwig()

Returns the Twig environment.

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Returns

craft\web\twig\Environment

# hook()

Queues up a method to be called by a given template hook.

For example, if you place this in your plugin’s init() method:

Craft::$app->view->hook('myAwesomeHook', function(&$context) {
    $context['foo'] = 'bar';
    return 'Hey!';
});

you would then be able to add this to any template:

{% hook "myAwesomeHook" %}

When the hook tag gets invoked, your template hook function will get called. The $context argument will be the current Twig context array, which you’re free to manipulate. Any changes you make to it will be available to the template following the tag. Whatever your template hook function returns will be output in place of the tag in the template as well.

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Arguments

  • $hook (string) – The hook name.
  • $method (callback) – The callback function.

# init()

Initializes the view component.

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# invokeHook()

Invokes a template hook.

This is called by \craft\web\HookNode.

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Arguments

  • $hook (string) – The hook name.
  • $context

Returns

string – Whatever the hooks returned.

# namespaceInputId()

Namespaces an input ID.

This method applies the same namespacing treatment that namespaceInputs() does to id= attributes, but only to a single value, which is passed directly into this method.

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Arguments

Returns

string – The namespaced input ID.

# namespaceInputName()

Namespaces an input name.

This method applies the same namespacing treatment that namespaceInputs() does to name= attributes, but only to a single value, which is passed directly into this method.

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Arguments

Returns

string – The namespaced input name.

# namespaceInputs()

Renames HTML input names so they belong to a namespace.

This method will go through the passed-in $html looking for name= attributes, and renaming their values such that they will live within the passed-in $namespace (or the active namespace). By default, any id=, for=, list=, data-target=, data-reverse-target=, and data-target-prefix= attributes will get namespaced as well, by prepending the namespace and a dash to their values. For example, the following HTML:

<label for="title">Title</label>
<input type="text" name="title" id="title">

would become this, if it were namespaced with “foo”:

<label for="foo-title">Title</label>
<input type="text" name="foo[title]" id="foo-title">

Attributes that are already namespaced will get double-namespaced. For example, the following HTML:

<label for="bar-title">Title</label>
<input type="text" name="bar[title]" id="title">

would become:

<label for="foo-bar-title">Title</label>
<input type="text" name="foo[bar][title]" id="foo-bar-title">

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Arguments

  • $html (string) – The HTML code
  • $namespace (string, null) – The namespace. Defaults to the active namespace.
  • $otherAttributes (boolean) – Whether id, for, and other attributes should be namespaced (in addition to name)
  • $withClasses (boolean) – Whether class names should be namespaced as well (affects both class attributes and class name CSS selectors within <style> tags). This will only have an effect if $otherAttributes is true.

Returns

string – The HTML with namespaced attributes

# normalizeObjectTemplate()

Normalizes an object template for renderObjectTemplate().

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Arguments

Returns

string

# registerCss()

Since
3.4.0

Registers a CSS code block.

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Arguments

  • $css (string) – The content of the CSS code block to be registered
  • $options (array) – The HTML attributes for the <style>-tag.
  • $key (string) – The key that identifies the CSS code block. If null, it will use $css as the key. If two CSS code blocks are registered with the same key, the latter will overwrite the former.

# registerDeltaName()

Since
3.4.0

Registers a delta input name.

This can be either the name of a single form input, or a prefix used by multiple input names.

The input name will be namespaced with the currently active namespace, if any.

When a form that supports delta updates is submitted, any delta inputs (or groups of inputs) that didn’t change over the lifespan of the page will be omitted from the POST request.

Note that delta input names will only be registered if delta registration is active (see getIsDeltaRegistrationActive()).

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# registerHiResCss()

DEPRECATED

Deprecated in 3.0.0. Use registerCss() and type your own media selector.

Registers a hi-res CSS code block.

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Arguments

  • $css (string) – The CSS code block to be registered
  • $options (array) – The HTML attributes for the style tag.
  • $key (string, null) – The key that identifies the CSS code block. If null, it will use $css as the key. If two CSS code blocks are registered with the same key, the latter will overwrite the former.

# registerHtml()

Since
3.5.0

Registers arbitrary HTML to be injected into the final page response.

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Arguments

  • $html (string) – The HTML code to be registered
  • $position (integer) – The position at which the HTML code should be inserted in the page. Possible values are:
  • POS_HEAD: in the head section
  • POS_BEGIN: at the beginning of the body section
  • POS_END: at the end of the body section
  • $key (string) – The key that identifies the HTML code. If null, it will use a hash of the HTML as the key. If two HTML code blocks are registered with the same position and key, the latter will overwrite the former.

# registerJs()

Registers a JS code block.

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Arguments

  • $js (string) – The JS code block to be registered

  • $position (integer) – The position at which the JS script tag should be inserted in a page. The possible values are:

  • POS_HEAD: in the head section

  • POS_BEGIN: at the beginning of the body section

  • POS_END: at the end of the body section

  • POS_LOAD: enclosed within jQuery(window).load(). Note that by using this position, the method will automatically register the jQuery js file.

  • POS_READY: enclosed within jQuery(document).ready(). This is the default value. Note that by using this position, the method will automatically register the jQuery js file.

  • $key (string) – The key that identifies the JS code block. If null, it will use $js as the key. If two JS code blocks are registered with the same key, the latter will overwrite the former.

# registerJsFile()

Registers a JS file.

This method should be used for simple registration of JS files. If you want to use features of craft\web\AssetManager like appending timestamps to the URL and file publishing options, use craft\web\AssetBundle and registerAssetBundle() instead.

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Arguments

  • $url (string) – The JS file to be registered.

  • $options (array) – The HTML attributes for the script tag. The following options are specially handled and are not treated as HTML attributes:

  • depends: array, specifies the names of the asset bundles that this JS file depends on.

  • position: specifies where the JS script tag should be inserted in a page. The possible values are:

    • POS_HEAD: in the head section
    • POS_BEGIN: at the beginning of the body section
    • POS_END: at the end of the body section. This is the default value.
  • appendTimestamp: bool whether to append a timestamp to the URL.

Please refer to craft\helpers\Html::jsFile() for other supported options.

  • $key (string) – The key that identifies the JS script file. If null, it will use $url as the key. If two JS files are registered with the same key at the same position, the latter will overwrite the former. Note that position option takes precedence, thus files registered with the same key, but different position option will not override each other.

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# registerScript()

Registers a generic <script> code block.

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Arguments

  • $script (string) – The generic <script> code block to be registered
  • $position (integer) – The position at which the generic <script> code block should be inserted in a page. The possible values are:
  • POS_HEAD: in the head section
  • POS_BEGIN: at the beginning of the body section
  • POS_END: at the end of the body section
  • $options (array) – The HTML attributes for the <script> tag.
  • $key (string) – The key that identifies the generic <script> code block. If null, it will use $script as the key. If two generic <script> code blocks are registered with the same key, the latter will overwrite the former.

# registerTranslations()

Translates messages for a given translation category, so they will be available for Craft.t() calls in the control panel.

Note this should always be called before any JavaScript is registered that will need to use the translations, unless the JavaScript is registered at yii\web\View::POS_READY.

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Arguments

  • $category (string) – The category the messages are in
  • $messages (string[]) – The messages to be translated

# registerTwigExtension()

Registers a new Twig extension, which will be added on existing environments and queued up for future environments.

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Arguments

  • $extension (\Twig\Extension\ExtensionInterface)

# renderObjectTemplate()

Renders an object template.

The passed-in $object will be available to the template as an object variable.

The template will be parsed for “property tags” (e.g. {foo}), which will get replaced with full Twig output tags (e.g. {{ object.foo|raw }}.

If $object is an instance of yii\base\Arrayable, any attributes returned by its fields() or extraFields() methods will also be available as variables to the template.

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Arguments

  • $template (string) – The source template string
  • $object (mixed) – The object that should be passed into the template
  • $variables (array) – Any additional variables that should be available to the template
  • $templateMode (string) – The template mode to use.

Returns

string – The rendered template.

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# renderPageTemplate()

Renders a Twig template that represents an entire web page.

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Arguments

  • $template (string) – The name of the template to load
  • $variables (array) – The variables that should be available to the template
  • $templateMode (string, null) – The template mode to use

Returns

string – The rendering result

Throws

  • \Twig\Error\LoaderError
  • \Twig\Error\RuntimeError
  • \Twig\Error\SyntaxError
  • yii\base\Exception
    if $templateMode is invalid

# renderString()

Renders a template defined in a string.

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Arguments

  • $template (string) – The source template string.
  • $variables (array) – Any variables that should be available to the template.
  • $templateMode (string) – The template mode to use.

Returns

string – The rendered template.

Throws

  • \Twig\Error\LoaderError
  • \Twig\Error\SyntaxError

# renderTemplate()

Renders a Twig template.

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Arguments

  • $template (string) – The name of the template to load
  • $variables (array) – The variables that should be available to the template
  • $templateMode (string, null) – The template mode to use

Returns

string – The rendering result

Throws

  • \Twig\Error\LoaderError
  • \Twig\Error\RuntimeError
  • \Twig\Error\SyntaxError
  • yii\base\Exception
    if $templateMode is invalid

# renderTemplateMacro()

Renders a macro within a given Twig template.

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Arguments

  • $template (string) – The name of the template the macro lives in.
  • $macro (string) – The name of the macro.
  • $args (array) – Any arguments that should be passed to the macro.
  • $templateMode (string, null) – The template mode to use.

Returns

string – The rendered macro output.

Throws

  • \Twig\Error\LoaderError
  • \Twig\Error\RuntimeError
  • \Twig\Error\SyntaxError
  • yii\base\Exception
    if $templateMode is invalid

# resolveTemplate()

Finds a template on the file system and returns its path.

All of the following files will be searched for, in this order:

  • TemplateName
  • TemplateName.html
  • TemplateName.twig
  • TemplateName/index.html
  • TemplateName/index.twig

If this is a front-end request, the actual list of file extensions and index filenames are configurable via the config3:defaultTemplateExtensions and config3:indexTemplateFilenames config settings.

For example if you set the following in config/general.php:

'defaultTemplateExtensions' => ['htm'],
'indexTemplateFilenames' => ['default'],

then the following files would be searched for instead:

  • TemplateName
  • TemplateName.htm
  • TemplateName/default.htm

The actual directory that those files will depend on the current template mode (probably templates/ if it’s a front-end site request, and vendor/craftcms/cms/src/templates/ if it’s a Control Panel request).

If this is a front-end site request, a folder named after the current site handle will be checked first.

  • templates/SiteHandle/...
  • templates/...

And finally, if this is a control panel request and the template name includes multiple segments and the first segment of the template name matches a plugin’s handle, then Craft will look for a template named with the remaining segments within that plugin’s templates/ subfolder.

To put it all together, here’s where Craft would look for a template named “foo/bar”, depending on the type of request it is:

  • Front-end site requests:
    • templates/SiteHandle/foo/bar
    • templates/SiteHandle/foo/bar.html
    • templates/SiteHandle/foo/bar.twig
    • templates/SiteHandle/foo/bar/index.html
    • templates/SiteHandle/foo/bar/index.twig
    • templates/foo/bar
    • templates/foo/bar.html
    • templates/foo/bar.twig
    • templates/foo/bar/index.html
    • templates/foo/bar/index.twig
  • Control panel requests:
    • vendor/craftcms/cms/src/templates/foo/bar
    • vendor/craftcms/cms/src/templates/foo/bar.html
    • vendor/craftcms/cms/src/templates/foo/bar.twig
    • vendor/craftcms/cms/src/templates/foo/bar/index.html
    • vendor/craftcms/cms/src/templates/foo/bar/index.twig
    • path/to/fooplugin/templates/bar
    • path/to/fooplugin/templates/bar.html
    • path/to/fooplugin/templates/bar.twig
    • path/to/fooplugin/templates/bar/index.html
    • path/to/fooplugin/templates/bar/index.twig

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Arguments

  • $name (string) – The name of the template.
  • $templateMode (string, null) – The template mode to use.

Returns

string, false – The path to the template if it exists, or false.

Throws

  • \Twig\Error\LoaderError

# setInitialDeltaValue()

Since
3.4.6

Sets the initial value of a delta input name.

See also getInitialDeltaValue() View source

Arguments

  • $inputName (string)
  • $value (mixed)

# setIsDeltaRegistrationActive()

Since
3.4.0

Sets whether delta input name registration is active.

See also registerDeltaName() View source

Arguments

# setNamespace()

Sets the active namespace.

This is the default namespaces that will be used when namespaceInputs(), namespaceInputName(), and namespaceInputId() are called, if their|null $namespace arguments are null.

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Arguments

  • $namespace (string, null) – The new namespace. Set to null to remove the namespace.

# setRegisteredAssetBundles()

Since
3.0.10

Sets the asset bundle names that should be marked as already registered.

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Arguments

  • $names (string[]) – Asset bundle names

# setRegisteredJsFiles()

Since
3.0.10

Sets the JS files that should be marked as already registered.

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Arguments

# setTemplateMode()

Sets the current template mode.

The template mode defines:

  • the base path that templates should be looked for in
  • the default template file extensions that should be automatically added when looking for templates
  • the "index" template filenames that should be checked when looking for templates

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Arguments

  • $templateMode (string) – Either 'site' or 'cp'

Throws

# setTemplatesPath()

Sets the base path that templates should be found in.

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Arguments

# startJsBuffer()

Starts a JavaScript buffer.

JavaScript buffers work similarly to output buffers in PHP. Once you’ve started a JavaScript buffer, any JavaScript code included with registerJs() will be included in a buffer, and you will have the opportunity to fetch all of that code via clearJsBuffer() without having it actually get output to the page.

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# Protected Methods

Method Description
findViewFile() Finds the view file based on the given view name.
getRequestedViewFile()
registerAllAssetFiles() Registers all files provided by all registered asset bundles, including depending bundles files.
registerAssetFiles() Registers all files provided by an asset bundle including depending bundles files.
registerAssetFlashes() Registers any asset bundles and JS code that were queued-up in the session flash data.
renderBodyBeginHtml() Renders the content to be inserted at the beginning of the body section.
renderBodyEndHtml() Renders the content to be inserted at the end of the body section.
renderHeadHtml() Renders the content to be inserted in the head section.

# registerAllAssetFiles()

Registers all files provided by all registered asset bundles, including depending bundles files.

Removes a bundle from assetBundles once files are registered.

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# registerAssetFiles()

Registers all files provided by an asset bundle including depending bundles files.

Removes a bundle from assetBundles once files are registered.

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Arguments

  • $name (string) – Name of the bundle to register

# registerAssetFlashes()

Registers any asset bundles and JS code that were queued-up in the session flash data.

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Throws

# renderBodyBeginHtml()

Renders the content to be inserted at the beginning of the body section.

The content is rendered using the registered JS code blocks and files.

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Returns

string – The rendered content

# renderBodyEndHtml()

Renders the content to be inserted at the end of the body section.

The content is rendered using the registered JS code blocks and files.

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Arguments

  • $ajaxMode (boolean) – Whether the view is rendering in AJAX mode. If true, the JS scripts registered at POS_READY and POS_LOAD positions will be rendered at the end of the view like normal scripts.

Returns

string – The rendered content

# renderHeadHtml()

Renders the content to be inserted in the head section.

The content is rendered using the registered meta tags, link tags, CSS/JS code blocks and files.

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Returns

string – The rendered content

# Constants

Constant Description
PH_BODY_BEGIN This is internally used as the placeholder for receiving the content registered for the beginning of the body section.
PH_BODY_END This is internally used as the placeholder for receiving the content registered for the end of the body section.
PH_HEAD This is internally used as the placeholder for receiving the content registered for the head section.
POS_BEGIN The location of registered JavaScript code block or files.
POS_END The location of registered JavaScript code block or files.
POS_HEAD The location of registered JavaScript code block or files.
POS_LOAD The location of registered JavaScript code block.
POS_READY The location of registered JavaScript code block.
TEMPLATE_MODE_CP
TEMPLATE_MODE_SITE

# Events

# EVENT_AFTER_RENDER_PAGE_TEMPLATE

Type
craft\events\TemplateEvent

The event that is triggered after a page template gets rendered

# EVENT_AFTER_RENDER_TEMPLATE

Type
craft\events\TemplateEvent

The event that is triggered after a template gets rendered

# EVENT_BEFORE_RENDER_PAGE_TEMPLATE

Type
craft\events\TemplateEvent

The event that is triggered before a page template gets rendered

# EVENT_BEFORE_RENDER_TEMPLATE

Type
craft\events\TemplateEvent

The event that is triggered before a template gets rendered

# EVENT_REGISTER_CP_TEMPLATE_ROOTS

Type
craft\events\RegisterTemplateRootsEvent

The event that is triggered when registering control panel template roots

# EVENT_REGISTER_SITE_TEMPLATE_ROOTS

Type
craft\events\RegisterTemplateRootsEvent

The event that is triggered when registering site template roots