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Multihref Editable


Multihref editable provides one to many relation to other Pimcore elements (document, asset, object).


Name Type Description
width integer Width for the widget in pixels (optional)
height integer Height for the widget in pixels (optional)
title string Title for the input-widget
uploadPath string Target path for (inline) uploaded assets
types array Allowed types (document, asset, object), if empty all types are allowed
subtypes array Allowed subtypes grouped by type (folder, page, snippet, image, video, object, ...), if empty all subtypes are allowed (see example below)
classes array Allowed object class names, if empty all classes are allowed
class string A CSS class that is added to the surrounding container of this element in editmode


Name Return Description
getElements() array Array of the assigned elements
current() int Get the current index while looping
isEmpty() boolean Whether the editable is empty or not


Basic Usage

The code below is responsible for showing the list of elements types related to the multihref.

<p><?= $this->translate("Types of elements"); ?>:</p>
<?php if($this->editmode): ?>
    <?= $this->multihref("objectPaths"); ?>
<?php else: ?>
        <?php foreach($this->multihref("objectPaths") as $element):
            /** @var \Pimcore\Model\Element\ElementInterface $element */
            <li><?= $element->getType(); ?></li>
        <?php endforeach; ?>
<?php endif; ?>

Picture below, presents the editmode preview:

Multihref editable - editmode preview

The frontend part looks like that:

Multihref editable - frontend preview

To better understand what exactly is the $element variable, have a look at the output below:

array(6) {
  [0] => string(27) "Pimcore\Model\Object\Folder"
  [1] => string(32) "Pimcore\Model\Object\BlogArticle"
  [2] => string(32) "Pimcore\Model\Object\BlogArticle"
  [3] => string(27) "Pimcore\Model\Document\Page"
  [4] => string(27) "Pimcore\Model\Document\Page"
  [5] => string(25) "Pimcore\Model\Asset\Image"

Example with allowed types and subtypes

Similar to the Href editable, Multihref also could specify allowed types, subtypes and classes. For example:

<?= $this->multihref("objectPaths", [
    "types" => ["asset","object"],
        "subtypes" => [
            "asset" => ["video","image"],
            "object" => ["object"]
        "classes" => ["person"]
]); ?>

Now, a user is not able to add elements other elements then specified in the types configuration part.