Passing the data of the $page to a snippet

Hello there,
I try to figure out how I can use data in snippets from a page, that I want to clean up with those snippets.
According to the Snippet page (Snippets | Kirby), it should work like this:

<?php snippet('mysnippet', ['title' => 'Hello!']) ?>

But i what to use e.g. $page->anyFieldOfThePage() in a snippet.

So I found this one: Passing data to alternative snippets:

Unfortunately it is not working in my case:
this is in a template:

<?php snippet('controllers_w',['page' => $page]) ?>

This is in the snippet controllers_w:

<a href="<?= $site->url() ?>/#<?= $page->artist_Id() ?>">
  
</a>

Basically i want to link to a section with a specific Id on the index. Maybe it could also be done nicer, but actually it is more an example of the problem

It is not getting the artist_Id from the page…
I guess using $page in a snippet is a very common thing to do, but I didn’t really understand it yet.

You don’t have to pass $page/$site/$kirby to snippets (unless you have redefined those variables)

What does this render then?

That’s what I thought and hoped too!
It renders the site url and just stops after the “#”
localhost:8888/#

Could you post some more context of how you are using the snippet? In a loop maybe?

Template:

<?php snippet('header') ?>
<?php snippet('logo_full_w') ?>
  <div class="full_grid">
 <div class="youtube_video youtube_video_artwork">
  <?= youtube($page->video_url()); ?>
</div>
<div class="artist <?= $page->color() ?>">
<h2 class="space_buttom_10p center"><?= $page->name()->ktr() ?></h2>
<div class="segment_button_row space_buttom_20p">
  <?php if($page->contact()->isNotEmpty()): ?>
    <button class="<?= $page->color() ?>" type="button" name="button">
      <?= $page->contact()->ktr() ?>
    </button>
  <?php endif ?>
  <?php if($page->website()->isNotEmpty()): ?>
    <button class="<?= $page->color() ?>" type="button" name="button">
      <?= $page->website()->ktr() ?>
    </button>
   <?php endif ?>
   </div>
   </div>

 <?php snippet('controllers_w',['page' => $page]) ?>

  </div>
<?php snippet('footer') ?>

Here the snippet:

<div class="controler play space_buttom_20p">
  <a href="<?= $site->url() ?>/#<?= $page->artist_Id() ?>">
    <div class="close_svg_w ">

    </div>
  </a>
</div>
<div class="controler controler_skip space_buttom_20p">
  <a class="backward"href="#">
  <div class="back_svg_w ">

  </div>
</a>
<a class="forward" href="#">
  <div class="forward_svg_w">

 </div>
 </a>
</div>

So no loop here.
By the way, there is a loop somewhere else on the site – there I defined a variable and passed it to a snippet (like it is meant to be done). That worked, but the page data, I can’t reach as I described.

Sure you field name is correct and there is data in the field? So if you put the code into the template instead of the snippet, the id is rendered?

I am so sorry.
I didn’t see the tree in the forest. The Structure is a bit confusing, that’s why I wanted to clean it up in the first place. :grimacing:

So i was in the right template but not in the right blueprint/text file. It works perfectly now.
My bad. Again I’m sorry.