I’m trying to iterate through all pages with a specific tag. Right now, my code looks like this:
$pages = \Grav\Common\Grav::instance()['taxonomy']; $pages = $pages->findTaxonomy(['tag']);
The docs dictate that the Taxonomy class’
findTaxonomy function Returns a new Page object with the sub-pages containing all the values set for a particular taxonomy.
So, that makes me think that I need to utilize the Page class’
children function to fetch the pages like so:
$children = $pages->children();
And I would then be able to iterate through the pages and treat those as Page objects.
But running a foreach loop over $children yields an error (An exception has been thrown during the rendering of a template (“Invalid argument supplied for foreach()”).). Looping over $pages yields nothing. The tag I search for has been assigned to pages for testing.
To be perfectly honest, I’m kinda fumbling in the dark. Is the taxonomy class even assigned correctly? What am I doing wrong?