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    I have a website with photos. If I click one, you get to a subpage where you can see the photo in larger view with text and more information. Under the photo I would like to show all photos from the parents page. I tried the following call, which does not work.

    [[! GetResources?
    &parents `[[* id]]`
    & Tpl = `myfotosmini`
    & Show hidden = '1'
    & Include content = '1'
    & IncludeTVs = `1`
    & ProcessTVs = `1`
    & Sortby = `menuindex`
    & Sortby = `publishedon`
    & Sortdir = `ASC`]]

    If I enter the parent resource directly instead of [[* id]], the call works. I would like to automate it because I want to use the template for several different subpages of the same website.

    Can someone help me?

    Best regards,

    This question has been answered by nuan88. See the first response.

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      • 46886
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      Try `[[*parent]]` instead of `[[* id]]`
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        I assume you have installed getResource snippet.

        Typos are important especialy apostrophe which is the first key below ESC and before the [1/!] on your keyboard. Others are uppercase, spaces etc. Try this and take a look on differences:


        BTW. Including content might be slow in big queries. Sometimes it's better to find other ways. And if you don't have to serve new content on each page refresh use cached snippets (without ! on front). [ed. note: godzio last edited this post 5 years, 4 months ago.]
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          As godzio says the properties between the back-ticks in the snippet tag have to be spelled exactly as they are in this section and the following sections: https://docs.modx.com/extras/revo/getresources#getResources-AvailableProperties
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            • 44200
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            Quote from: nuan88 at Jan 23, 2019, 03:58 PM
            Try `[[*parent]]` instead of `[[* id]]`

            Good Morning all,

            thank you for your help.

            This proposal works for me. I am a beginner with getresource.

            Best regards,