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I set up a form structure with a matrix. Now I would like to call the entries one by one. My first idea was to loop through them, but the outcome is that the entries are displayed alltogether.

Then I tryed to call them simply by the slug. Since there are just 4 of them. Not very dynamic though.

How can I call the sets of matrix contents one by one?

{% set form = craft.entries({section: 'registration', slug: 'form_1',}) .first() %}

Didn't work. Still alltogether.

  • What are you going to do with them afterwards? I'm not really sure why you don't want to have them as array so you can do form[0], form[1] – Robin Schambach Apr 6 '18 at 10:49
  • The matrix entries are displayed as registration forms on the site. I do want to have the as array. But there are several arrays which I want to show seperately. Now they show all at once. – analog junkie Apr 6 '18 at 10:58
  • Then you might not want to loop through the array directly? – Robin Schambach Apr 6 '18 at 11:05
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In order to get all elements from an ElementCriteriaModel you need to call the find() function

{% set form = craft.entries({section: 'registration'}).find() %}

You can them access those with normal array indexes

  • Can I access them with slugs? Do I need to make the slugs look like this: form[1], form[2]? – analog junkie Apr 9 '18 at 15:17
  • Yes you can get your entries via slug as well {% set form1 = craft.entries({section: 'registration', slug: 'form_1',}) .first() %} {% set form2 = craft.entries({section: 'registration', slug: 'form_2',}) .first() %} and so on. You can grab them all with one query as well, when you do {% set forms = craft.entries({section: 'registration', slug: ['form_2', 'form_1']}).find() %} or if the slugs are equal – Robin Schambach Apr 9 '18 at 15:23

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