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I'm building an entry type's menu, automatically populated with several sections. A route for dynamic menu had to be also created.

Code

{% set section = craft.sections.getSectionByHandle('sectionHandle') %}
{% set entryTypes = section.getEntryTypes() %}

{% for entryType in entryTypes %}
    <li>
        <a href="{{ section.handle }}{{ url('types/'~entryType.handle) }}">
            {{ entryType.name|ucfirst }}
        </a>
    </li>
{% endfor %}

Output

  • craft.dev/sectionHandle/types/entryType.handle

When I access the link, It gets crazy.

Output

  • craft.dev/sectionHandle/types/sectionHandle/types/entryType.handle

I was trying everything I know, but Whatever I add in front of {{url('types/'~entryType.handle) }}, it gets duplicated.

1 Answer 1

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Since you are building a custom URL, you shouldn't be using url() here, since it automatically appends your values to the siteUrl. Try one of these instead:

<a href="{{ url(section.handle ~ '/types/' ~ entryType.handle) }}">

-or-

<a href="{{ siteUrl ~ section.handle ~ '/types/' ~ entryType.handle }}">

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  • Have tried it before. And with the same effect. I keep looking for the root of a problem. Apr 13, 2015 at 7:43
  • Well, just after I posted my last comment, I think I've fixed it. I don't know, if it's correct, but it seems to be working. <a href="{{ url(section.handle ~ '/types/' ~ entryType.handle) }}">{{ entryType.name|ucfirst }}</a> ? Apr 13, 2015 at 7:46
  • That should work! I updated my answer to include your solution and another using siteUrl Apr 13, 2015 at 19:24

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