duanrang2627
duanrang2627
2016-09-11 20:30
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如何组合字符串用作php var?

While using Advanced Custom Fields for Wordpress I got to call some vars using get_field('my-custom-field');

I got this code which I would like to store in a function:

<img src="<?php the_sub_field('image-1'); ?>"> 
<?php $target_post = get_sub_field('target-1'); ?> 
<?php echo get_the_title($target_post); ?>

All I need to replace inside my function is the -1 to -2, -3, etc. How can I do this?

I have tried this, which does not work:

function imageBlock($fieldID = '1') {
   <img src="<?php the_sub_field('image-$fieldID'); ?>"> 
   <?php $target_post = get_sub_field('target-$fieldID'); ?> 
   <?php echo get_the_title($target_post); ?>
}

How can I pass the fieldID to the get_field('my-custom-field-1'); function?

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  • dongshai8330
    dongshai8330 2016-09-11 20:32
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    You're trying to pass a variable into a single quoted string which will take the literal $ as part of the string, not the start of a variable. There are two ways to correct this.

    Either with;

    get_sub_field("target-$fieldID"); // double quotes
    

    or

    get_sub_field('target-' . $fieldID); // concat
    

    So your function would be;

    function imageBlock($fieldID = '1') {
        ?>
        <img src="<?php the_sub_field("image-$fieldID"); ?>"> 
        <?php $target_post = get_sub_field("target-$fieldID"); ?> 
        <?php
        echo get_the_title($target_post);
    }
    

    Having said that, I would split the logic out so that you were just returning the string of HTML like the other functions you're calling;

    function imageBlock($fieldID = '1') {
        $sub_field = the_sub_field("image-$fieldID");
        $target_post = get_sub_field("target-$fieldID");
        $the_title = get_the_title($target_post);
    
        return "<img src=\"$sub_field\"> $the_title";
    }
    

    and you can echo the result, ie;

    echo imageBlock(2);
    
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