This is a Statamic addon that extends on Conditional Fields, so you can use the
bard-contains custom rule against any Bard field.
As luck would have it, this works great everywhere - even in a repeater, or something much more obscure... such as a Bard-in-Bard-set onion!
This addon adds a
custom bard-contains:option field condition to Statamic where
option is one or more of the following:
- debug (see debugging)
You can use multiple options to test for all of the provided scenarios on your Bard field. This means you're using AND logic, so all options need to pass for the condition to succeed.
custom bard-contains:hasParagraphs,hasSets will only succeed if the Bard field has both a text paragraph and a set.
If you need to have a Bard condition succeed on either of multiple options, create separate conditions using
From the Statamic Control Panel blueprint screens, these conditions are displayed as Show/Hide when: any of the following conditions pass.
How to Install
You can search for this addon in the
Tools > Addons section of the Statamic control panel and click install, or run the following command from your project root:
composer require skylennard/bard-contains
How to Use
Add a condition to any field, referencing a bard field
- Use the "custom" condition syntax to set up the condition:
custom bard-contains:option, with an
optionfrom the above list
Fields in a Collection/Taxonomy, for instance:
- handle: customize field: type: revealer if: custom_content: 'custom bard-contains:empty' - handle: custom_content field: type: bard if_any: customize: 'equals true' custom_content: 'custom bard-contains:notEmpty'
customizeis only visible when Bard is empty.
custom_contentis visible when either:
customizeis activated and/or
custom_contenthas existing content.
Using the option
debug can help you figure out what status the addon is seeing when checking your Bard field. This will
console.log() an object with the true/false status for all the options, so check it out in the inspector.