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get_query_pagination_arrow › WordPress Function

Since5.9.0
Deprecatedn/a
get_query_pagination_arrow ( $block, $is_next )
Parameters: (2)
  • (WP_Block) $block Block instance.
    Required: Yes
  • (bool) $is_next Flag for hanlding `next/previous` blocks.
    Required: Yes
Returns:
  • (string|null) Returns the constructed WP_Query arguments.
Defined at:
Codex:

Helper function that returns the proper pagination arrow html for `QueryPaginationNext` and `QueryPaginationPrevious` blocks based on the provided `paginationArrow` from `QueryPagination` context.

It's used in QueryPaginationNext and QueryPaginationPrevious blocks.


Source

function get_query_pagination_arrow( $block, $is_next ) {
	$arrow_map = array(
		'none'    => '',
		'arrow'   => array(
			'next'     => '→',
			'previous' => '←',
		),
		'chevron' => array(
			'next'     => '»',
			'previous' => '«',
		),
	);
	if ( ! empty( $block->context['paginationArrow'] ) && array_key_exists( $block->context['paginationArrow'], $arrow_map ) && ! empty( $arrow_map[ $block->context['paginationArrow'] ] ) ) {
		$pagination_type = $is_next ? 'next' : 'previous';
		$arrow_attribute = $block->context['paginationArrow'];
		$arrow           = $arrow_map[ $block->context['paginationArrow'] ][ $pagination_type ];
		$arrow_classes   = "wp-block-query-pagination-$pagination_type-arrow is-arrow-$arrow_attribute";
		return "<span class='$arrow_classes'>$arrow</span>";
	}
	return null;
}