WOOF_Collection :: item_class( Integer $i, Arguments $args = array() )

Returns:

  • String The class attribute and value, if the item is the first or last item in the collection, or an empty string otherwise.

A useful method to add ‘class=”first”‘ or ‘class=”last”‘ (or other classes as specified in $args) to HTML tags as you loop through the collection, without needing to track this yourself. Using this requires a fairly specific loop code-pattern, specifically the index needs to be exposed in the foreach loop with the => syntax – please see the example.

Example:

Parameters:

  • Integer $i

    The index of the item in the list, which mast be passed from a loop variable that tracks it (see example).

  • Arguments $args = array()

    An arguments array or string with the following params:
    * first: the class to apply to the first item – default “first”
    * last: the class to apply to the last item – default “last”

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