BP_XProfile_Field_Type_Selectbox::edit_field_options_html( array $args = array() )

Output the edit field options HTML for this field type.


Description Description

BuddyPress considers a field’s "options" to be, for example, the items in a selectbox. These are stored separately in the database, and their templating is handled separately.

This templating is separate from BP_XProfile_Field_Type::edit_field_html() because it’s also used in the wp-admin screens when creating new fields, and for backwards compatibility.

Must be used inside the bp_profile_fields() template loop.


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Parameters Parameters

$args

(array) (Optional) The arguments passed to bp_the_profile_field_options().

Default value: array()


Source Source

File: bp-xprofile/classes/class-bp-xprofile-field-type-selectbox.php

	public function edit_field_options_html( array $args = array() ) {
		$original_option_values = maybe_unserialize( BP_XProfile_ProfileData::get_value_byid( $this->field_obj->id, $args['user_id'] ) );

		$options = $this->field_obj->get_children();
		$html    = '<option value="">' . /* translators: no option picked in select box */ esc_html__( '----', 'buddypress' ) . '</option>';

		if ( empty( $original_option_values ) && !empty( $_POST['field_' . $this->field_obj->id] ) ) {
			$original_option_values = sanitize_text_field(  $_POST['field_' . $this->field_obj->id] );
		}

		$option_values = ( $original_option_values ) ? (array) $original_option_values : array();
		for ( $k = 0, $count = count( $options ); $k < $count; ++$k ) {
			$selected = '';

			// Check for updated posted values, but errors preventing them from
			// being saved first time.
			foreach( $option_values as $i => $option_value ) {
				if ( isset( $_POST['field_' . $this->field_obj->id] ) && $_POST['field_' . $this->field_obj->id] != $option_value ) {
					if ( ! empty( $_POST['field_' . $this->field_obj->id] ) ) {
						$option_values[$i] = sanitize_text_field( $_POST['field_' . $this->field_obj->id] );
					}
				}
			}

			// Run the allowed option name through the before_save filter, so
			// we'll be sure to get a match.
			$allowed_options = xprofile_sanitize_data_value_before_save( $options[$k]->name, false, false );

			// First, check to see whether the user-entered value matches.
			if ( in_array( $allowed_options, $option_values ) ) {
				$selected = ' selected="selected"';
			}

			// Then, if the user has not provided a value, check for defaults.
			if ( ! is_array( $original_option_values ) && empty( $option_values ) && $options[$k]->is_default_option ) {
				$selected = ' selected="selected"';
			}

			/**
			 * Filters the HTML output for options in a select input.
			 *
			 * @since 1.1.0
			 *
			 * @param string $value    Option tag for current value being rendered.
			 * @param object $value    Current option being rendered for.
			 * @param int    $id       ID of the field object being rendered.
			 * @param string $selected Current selected value.
			 * @param string $k        Current index in the foreach loop.
			 */
			$html .= apply_filters( 'bp_get_the_profile_field_options_select', '<option' . $selected . ' value="' . esc_attr( stripslashes( $options[$k]->name ) ) . '">' . esc_html( stripslashes( $options[$k]->name ) ) . '</option>', $options[$k], $this->field_obj->id, $selected, $k );
		}

		echo $html;
	}


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