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[resolved] get pages with span tag in the links (8 posts)

  1. lobsterman
    Member
    Posted 8 years ago #

    I'm converting a theme for wp, and I need the pages listed on top with span tags inside the links, is there a way to create a function like wp_list_pages() that will return the links with spans?

  2. moshu
    Member
    Posted 8 years ago #

    Unless you write one...
    But wp_list_pages adds a class to every line (li) when it displays the list, isn't that enough for styling?

  3. lobsterman
    Member
    Posted 8 years ago #

    Hi, that would've worked, but I need the tag to be INSIDE the anchor tag, cause it's properties need to change on hover, and as far as I know, IE only supports :hover in a tags
    can someone help me understand how the wp_list_pages() function works, so I can build a custom one?

  4. lobsterman
    Member
    Posted 8 years ago #

    anyone?

  5. moshu
    Member
    Posted 8 years ago #

    Everything that template tag puts out is an anchor (link), isn't it?
    As for the function - you can find all the functions and references here: http://redalt.com/xref/trunk/nav.htm?index.htm

  6. lobsterman
    Member
    Posted 8 years ago #

    I already found the function, this is the code:
    function wp_list_pages($args = '') {
    parse_str($args, $r);
    if ( !isset($r['depth']) )
    $r['depth'] = 0;
    if ( !isset($r['show_date']) )
    $r['show_date'] = '';
    if ( !isset($r['child_of']) )
    $r['child_of'] = 0;
    if ( !isset($r['title_li']) )
    $r['title_li'] = __('Pages');
    if ( !isset($r['echo']) )
    $r['echo'] = 1;

    $output = '';

    // Query pages.
    $pages = & get_pages($args);
    if ( $pages ) {

    if ( $r['title_li'] )
    $output .= '<li class="pagenav">' . $r['title_li'] . '
    <ul>';

    // Now loop over all pages that were selected
    $page_tree = Array();
    foreach ( $pages as $page ) {
    // set the title for the current page
    $page_tree[$page->ID]['title'] = $page->post_title;
    $page_tree[$page->ID]['name'] = $page->post_name;

    // set the selected date for the current page
    // depending on the query arguments this is either
    // the createtion date or the modification date
    // as a unix timestamp. It will also always be in the
    // ts field.
    if ( !empty($r['show_date']) ) {
    if ( 'modified' == $r['show_date'] )
    $page_tree[$page->ID]['ts'] = $page->post_modified;
    else
    $page_tree[$page->ID]['ts'] = $page->post_date;
    }

    // The tricky bit!!
    // Using the parent ID of the current page as the
    // array index we set the curent page as a child of that page.
    // We can now start looping over the $page_tree array
    // with any ID which will output the page links from that ID downwards.
    if ( $page->post_parent != $page->ID)
    $page_tree[$page->post_parent]['children'][] = $page->ID;
    }
    // Output of the pages starting with child_of as the root ID.
    // child_of defaults to 0 if not supplied in the query.
    $output .= _page_level_out($r['child_of'],$page_tree, $r, 0, false);
    if ( $r['title_li'] )
    $output .= '</ul>
    ';
    }

    $output = apply_filters('wp_list_pages', $output);

    if ( $r['echo'] )
    echo $output;
    else
    return $output;
    }

    I just can't figure out what i need to edit to make it put spans within the anchor tags.
    anyone?

  7. Kafkaesqui

    Posted 8 years ago #

    Scroll down a bit in template_functions_post.php to the _page_level_out() function, and you'll find this line:

    $output .= $indent . '<li class="' . $css_class . '"><a href="' . get_page_link($page_id) . '" title="' . wp_specialchars($title) . '">' . $title . '</a>';

    That's where you want to slip in your span element.

  8. lobsterman
    Member
    Posted 8 years ago #

    Thanks a million!!! :)

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