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The GetPages function is used to fetch the content/properties on multiple pages.

This function will return an array of type Page.


import { getPages } from "@suncel/nextjs/api";

Function signature

type GetPagesRes = {
  pages: Page[];
  count: number;
  total_count: number;
  success: boolean;

const getPages = async (
): Promise<RequestResult<GetPagesRes>>
  • options: Optional fetching options (see below)


type GetPagesOptions = {
  author?: boolean;
  root?: boolean;
  folder?: string;
  q?: string;
  includes_folder?: boolean;
  only_folder?: boolean;
  folder_depth?: number;
  tags?: string[];
  status?: PageStatus;
  language?: string;
  content_type?: string;
  page_variant_id?: string;
  limit?: number;
  offset?: number;
  sort_by?: keyof Page;
  order?: 'asc' | 'desc';
  fields?: (keyof Page)[];
  excluded_fields?: (keyof Page)[];
  • author: If you want to populate the author information in the result.

  • root: To fetch only the root pages (do not work if folder option has a value) ****(default value⇒ false)

  • folder: Folder Id - fetch all the pages under this folder. It fetches only the pages at the root of the folder. If you want to fetch the pages from the sub-folders of the folder, use folder_depth options (do not work if root is true) ****

  • folder_depth: Gives you control over how many levels down pages should be fetched (do not work if folder is empty)

  • q: search query on the name, slug, and path(accept regex)

  • path: search query on the path

  • includes_folder: To include folders in the result (default value⇒ false)

  • status: To filter by status

  • language: To filter per language

  • content_type: To filter per content type

  • limit: Limit of pages per request. 0 is no limit (use for pagination)

  • offset: Number of pages to skip (use for pagination)

  • sort_by: Apply a sort on an attribute (need to be used with order)

  • order: order of the sort (need to be used with sort_by)

  • fields: specify which fields to return (used to optimize the size of the request)

  • excluded_fields: specify which fields to exclude (used to optimize the size of the request) (example: excluded_fields:['content', 'saved-content', 'history'], it will remove the content, the draft content, and the page history from the request. it will optimize the result of the query as those two fields can be quite large )