I can get the header array from the
Page\Page::header() method, but it doesn’t return an actual
Page\Header object. I want to use the
get/set methods of the
Page\Header class, but can’t find an example of being able to do this. I can work around it, but I’d like to avoid manually exploding the dot notation. How do I get a
Page\Header object for the current page?
I apologize for low-level questions like this. I’m not a PHP native. Thanks!