MPFT :: wrap( String $tag, Mixed $default = null )

Returns:

  • String The value of the field wrapped in the specified tag, an empty string if $default is null and no value is present, or $default wrapped in the tag if default is provided, but no value is present.

Wraps the string value of the field in the specified tag if the field has a value, but falls back to the default value otherwise. 

This method can be helpful to allow you to output a field value in a single line of code without needing to check for its presence first, especially when using a null default paramater, which will not even output .

Example:

Parameters:

  • String $tag

    The tag to wrap the field in without HTML angle brackets.

  • Mixed $default = null

    The default value to use if no value is present in the field. If this value is null (the default), an empty string will be returned (without wrapping tag) if the field value is blank. Note that if this value is not null and there is no field value, this default value specified will also be wrapped in the tag.

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