I know you can get the
$page folder name with sorting number using
$page->diruri() for the current folder (e.g.
1_foldername). If I use something like
$page->id(), I get the nesting, but not the sorting numbers present in the folder names.
How do I get the full path to the current page with sorting numbers on all the parent folder? e.g. (
Is there a Kirby method to do this or do I have to go through each segment of
dirname() on it in order to build the absolute path? Or do you have a better idea?
The reason I need that absolute file path is to give to
F::write in order to create an image file in the page folder from an image Byte array from an API.