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I want to convert a String into kebab-case.

'Hello there' -> 'hello-there'

I'm working in the Element API, so haven't got the pleasure of using the simple Twig filter. I guess there is a way of doing it in PHP. Any suggestions? Thank you

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You can actually use the StringHelper::toKebabCase function for this:

$string = 'Hello there';
$result = StringHelper::toKebabCase($string);
// => 'hello-there'
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  • Can you give an example on how to call this function please? – Adam Menczykowski Jan 29 '16 at 11:10
  • Trying this: $urlslug = toKebabCase($member->membersCompanyName); results in: Call to undefined function Craft\toKebabCase() – Adam Menczykowski Jan 29 '16 at 11:14
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    @AdamMenczykowski Just updated the answer with an example. – Brandon Kelly Jan 29 '16 at 13:00
  • $string = StringHelper::toKebabCase('test this string'); does it! – Adam Menczykowski Jan 29 '16 at 13:00
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I guess you could make use of some php functions to do this:

$string = 'Hello there';

First explode the string using a space as the seperator

$result = explode(" ", $string);

This will give you an array like array(0 => 'Hello' 1 => 'there')

Then you can implode the array, using an - as the "glue"

$result = implode('-', $result);

Which will then give you Hello-there

Then use strtolower to make it lowercase

$result = strtolower($result);

To simplify this, you can just do it all at once

$result = strtolower(implode('-',explode(" ", 'Hello there')));

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