A reusable approach to segment-generating fields.
use SilverStripe\Forms\SegmentField; use SilverStripe\Forms\SegmentFieldModifier\SlugSegmentFieldModifier; use SilverStripe\Forms\SegmentFieldModifier\IDSegmentFieldModifier; SegmentField::create('PageName')->setModifiers(array( SlugSegmentFieldModifier::create()->setDefault('page'), array('-', ''), IDSegmentFieldModifier::create(), ))->setPreview($this->PageDisplayName)
"My New Page!".
"My-New-Page", Input value becomes
"My-New-Page-", Input value becomes
"My-New-Page-1"(with the DataObject ID), Input value becomes
You can pass any similarly structured array or implementation of
SilverStripe\Forms\SegmentFieldModifier in the modifiers list.
This field is primarily designed for use within the SilverStripe CMS. If you want to use it on the frontend, please
ensure that you have included your own version of jQuery and the jQuery entwine library that ships with the
silverstripe/admin module, for example:
These dependencies are included by default when using this field within the CMS.
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protected methods backwards-compatible in minor/patch versions, but if you're overriding methods then please test your work before upgrading.
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