Passing multiples variables to snippet not working

When calling a snippet with snippet('post', array('entry' => $entry->id(), 'foo' => "bar")); $entry is defined but $foo is not. Any ideas why?


What is your Kirby version? It that your real example you tested with?

3.4.4 and yes

Hm, that doesn’t make sense. Could you post the snippet please?

$video = $pages->find($entry);
echo $foo;
<a class="video-thumb" href="<?= $video->url(); ?>">
<?php if($image = $video->thumbnail()->toFile()): ?>
<img src="<?= $image->url() ?>" srcset="<?= $image->srcset() ?>" class="video-thumb__image" alt="<?= $image->alt() ?>">
<?php endif ?>
<h3 class="video-thumb__title"><?= (($video->short()->isNotEmpty()) ? $video->short() : $video->title()) ?></h3>

That’s the current state.

As I said, really weird and of course, I cannot reproduce this in a Starterkit.

What if you move your variables in the snippet the other way round, first foo, then entry? And how is $entry define in the template?

The other way it’s still foo that’s not working 🤷

Can you reproduce the issue in a fresh Starterkit?

Do you use any plugins, custom code?

Unfortunately it works in a fresh install. Yes to plugins and custom code. This won’t be fun. :frowning:

Feel free to send me a copy of the project if it is under no NDA.

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I’ll give it a try and if I can’t figure it out, I’ll come back to you.

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