I have a very odd issue only concerning the first item of my foreach loop.
The structure is this:
Then within that page I have 5 sections
… and so on
Within each of this section folders I have the text files stored
So I am looping through the content of this files and this works perfectly for all elements except for the first one.
This one does not return the fields I added in the txt files and which are being printed in this section’s template file.
foreach ($sections as $section) :
<?= $section->image() ?>
<h3><?= $section->title() ?></h3>
<p><?php echo $section->intro() ?></p>
<a><?= $section->buttonAft() ?></a>
<a><?= $section->buttonTvl() ?></a>
<?php endforeach; ?>
.txt file all fields are present (title, intro, buttonAft, buttonTvl) and in the 4 last sections this content is printed correctly, only in the first item it isn’t.
Any tips where my mistake could be?
Do you create your pages manually or via the Panel?
$sections = $page->children();
The pages are created manually.
Hm, and do all your folders have different folder names (apart from the number)? You can’t have a structure like the one you posted above:
This would end up with the first 2 ignored.
Yes the folders all have different names (it was just to mention the structure), and it’s the same way I did with other pages and there I didn’t had any problems.
So its very odd …
And all subpages have all three text files with the language keys? And all files are readable?
What do you get if you do a
Is the first element missing from this dump as well?
No that is the weird part, all are available in dump …
And do you get 5 section divs in your rendered HTML, with only the content missing from the first?
Yes indeed, the html is rendered but just with the content missing
The I would try and recreate those files, maybe there is some weird character in there or the file got corrupted or whatever.
I had already renamed them but that didn’t solve the issue, deleting and recreating it fixed the issue!